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Best of both worlds
(February 20, 2015) -- We’re bringing two great publications together and pooling our resources to create a truly exceptional magazine. ...more

EYE SPY: The worst exhaust of 2014
(February 16, 2015) -- We’re taking a look back at the most cringe-worthy Eye Spy pictures we received in 2014. Here are just a few of the worst exhaust Eye Spys that rolled into Canadian shops last year. ...more

EYE SPY: The worst suspension of 2014
(February 02, 2015) --  We’re taking a look back at the most cringe-worthy Eye Spy pictures we received in 2014. Here are just a few of the worst suspension Eye Spys that rolled into Canadian shops last year. ...more

EYE SPY: Worst electrical/wiring of 2014
(January 18, 2015) -- We’re taking a look back at the most cringe-worthy Eye Spy pictures we received in 2014.   Here are just a few of the worst electrical Eye Spys that rolled into Canadian shops last year. ...more

EYE SPY: The worst brakes of 2014
(January 04, 2015) -- Cover photo: Eric Puetz, Kamloops, B.C. ...more

New Cars for Christmas
(December 22, 2014) -- Study shows Canadians want cars for Christmas ...more

It's Your Turn
(December 18, 2014) -- As a female apprentice, Chelsey’s learned to deal with frustration. ...more

Is Your Car Count High Enough?  - by Allan Janssen
(December 03, 2014) -- Management trainer Kelly Bennett releases new program to address one of the industry’s biggest concerns ...more

Hang THIS in your shop!
(November 25, 2014) -- Back by popular demand, and suitable for hanging in your customer waiting area, this year’s Eye Spy poster features 10 reasons why your customers need to leave the repairs to you! ...more

No flash in the pan
(November 17, 2014) -- Chris Kennedy of Moncton N.B. is our Canadian Technician of the Year. The Mister Transmission franchisee says the independent auto repair industry needs to embrace flash reprogramming in order to survive. ...more

Staying ahead of the curve  - by Sarah Voigt
(October 28, 2014) -- Forward-thinking shop owner wins the Ontario NAPA Autopro of the Year award. ...more

Look ma! No bolts
(October 20, 2014) -- Crazy DIY repair secures engine with a tie-strap. Another EyeSpy disaster in the making! ...more

A story of neglect
(October 10, 2014) -- In this business, we see neglect, damage, and corrosion all the time. But keeping the vehicle on the road is only good for the customer if it’s safe to drive! Here’s a good example from our EyeSpy collection, thanks to David Fenton of Lakerange Servi ...more

Identifix founder retires after 52 years
(October 08, 2014) -- Industry icon Bill Sauer was among the first to provide advanced automotive training. ...more

Ontario association celebrates 75 years  - by Allan Janssen
(September 30, 2014) -- Automotive Aftermarket Retailers of Ontario has been representing the interests of independent repair facilities since 1939. ...more

Nova Scotia shop wins AutoCare award  - by Allan Janssen
(September 23, 2014) -- McNeill’s named ‘Head of the Class’ in North American search for top shops supporting training and skills development. ...more

Counting down to the Canadian Technician of the Year
(September 16, 2014) -- The last of three finalists for our Canadian Technician of the Year award is a gifted technician who is always up for a challenging job. ...more

Counting down to the Canadian Technician of the Year
(September 10, 2014) -- Moncton's Chris Kennedy believes the independent auto repair industry needs to embrace reprogramming in order to survive. ...more

Counting down to the Canadian Technician of the Year  - by Allan Janssen
(September 02, 2014) -- This week, meet Aaron Van de Kemp, the visionary owner of Cleanline Automotive in Invermere, B.C. ...more

The Car Side: False Alarms  - by Rick Cogbill
(August 19, 2014) -- Slim and the gang deal with false alarms in (and out of) the shop in this month's Car Side! ...more

Setting up shop in the Philippines
(August 05, 2014) -- Technician David Lim went from laid-back Vancouver to a hectic 14-bay shop in Cebu, Philippines. Let’s just say there was a learning curve! ...more

DIY MADNESS!
(July 08, 2014) -- We're working on a new EYE SPY poster that you can pull out of an upcoming issue and hang on your wall to remind consumers that automotive repairs are best left to the professionals! ...more

Not a man’s world anymore  - by Sarah Voigt
(June 23, 2014) -- ‘Times are changing’ for women in the automotive world, attendees told at AIA Canada’s first-ever Women’s Leadership Conference. ...more

Top automotive trade students compete at Skills Canada National Competition  - by Sarah Voigt
(June 10, 2014) -- Clark Holmes, an automotive apprentice from Red River College in Manitoba is Canada’s top automotive trade student. Holmes won the gold medal for automotive service at the 20th Skills Canada National competition last week in Mississauga. ...more

Down Time: Finding balance away from the shop  - by Sarah Voigt
(May 20, 2014) -- We know you’re passionate about your work… but sometimes the shop can be a stressful place. Allowing yourself time to decompress and find balance is important for you, your staff, and your business. ...more

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