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2009 Nissan GT-R Base 2dr Coupe

2009 Nissan GT-R
Trim Info:
All Wheel Drive, 2 Door Sedan, Subcompact
16 mpg city / 21 mpg hwy
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$72,318
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October 15, 2009, 5:10 am

Jane S
 

Question: Mechanic work.

i am wanting to work part time at a mechanic, but i am still in school.
i heard i would have to do a traineeship or an apprenticeship but im not sure what this involves.
ive researched a bit but am still confused and was wondering how i could do this.
i only want to work part time and im not planning to base my future job on it but am very interested in doing this for a few years.
i dont mind the whole, sweeping the floors and just standing by watching, for a while at the start
i have no experience, besides hobbies. i am just really interested.
if you could help me i would be very greatful
thanks


October 18, 2009, 10:53 pm

Martin R
 

I recommend that you take some automotive related courses and learn the nomenclature, functions and operations of a car. This should help you better understand what is being explained to you or make more sense of what you are seeing at the shop.


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