This is Robert F. Lewis
Since I was a child, I have seen my grandfather fix his own car without going to a mechanical shop. When I asked Grandpa why you don’t go to the garage, the answer stuck in my mind, said “Fixing my own car fell in love with my car again”. However, due to a lack of resources he could not fix his car properly, the internet was not available where he could find any guide, no professional mechanic was willing to help him free of cost.
Since then I have tried to be a professional mechanic. Yes, now I can claim myself as a professional mechanic after gaining a degree in car parts as well as practical experience. As a professional mechanic, a lot of people come to me every day to learn how to fix the problem of cars, even if they get stuck buying a car Apart from. I help them as much as possible. When they have seen most of the experience people have failed to fix the problem, which I can easily fix. They feel more confident in me and I have gained confidence.
My well-wishers gave me an idea of spreading the knowledge about vehicles so that everyone can learn and fix their own car when it’s necessary and capable to do. With the help of my friends and my grandparents, I am now sharing my knowledge and experience with a blog. Each day I try to write a few blogs so that everyone can know something about automobiles.
I believe in my experience, and my blog post comes in handy. You can contact me if you have any problems with your car or want to know about any car. I would love to hear from you.
This is Frank Hayes
Frank Hayes is a well-known expert in the auto industry, who used to write for himself and now he has joined Auto Actuality. He provides automotive news coverage from his perspective as an insider on all things cars – especially about what it takes to succeed with management at large companies like Ford or General Motors.
Frank’s career spans more than two decades during which time he held positions such as vice president (vice), associate professor/lecturer (UT Austin) Director Automotive Engineering Technology Center Laboratories Manager(GM)- Vehicle Development Leadership Program.
This is Michael Bean
Michael Bean is a car enthusiast and has been for years. He loves nothing more than spending time behind the wheel, exploring new roads while solving mechanical problems on his own vehicles, or helping others whenever they’re in need of advice from someone who knows what’s up with cars.
In addition, Michael used help out when it came down to dealing with fixing vehicles that needed some sort of repairs from tires changing up timing belts while using his grandfather who was also quite skilled within this field. After working for 10 years at an auto shop with his grandfather as their lead mechanic combo Micheal decided it was finally time to go out on their own ways, so here he is now.