A recent survey found that 49% of cabin air filters are sold during the spring.
Increasing pollen counts, coupled with the benefits cabin air filters provide for allergy suffers, makes for a fairly easy sell.
Service Technician, Levi Bahr, graduated from the GM ASEP program at DMACC this month.
This debris piles up, restricting airflow through the filter and causing heating and cooling problems. Training and education is an important part of the auto industry.
With no leaves, pollen or bugs to contend with over the next few months, replacing the cabin air filter in the winter will address heating problems immediately and help prevent cooling problems from cropping up once spring rolls around. Things are always in a constant state of change with technology advances and it is important that our staff stay as up to date and as knowledgeable as possible to serve our customers.
This two year training program combines state of the art automotive service, appropriate academic coursework, and real world internship experiences to give students the best possible preparation for a career as an automotive technician.
The program incorporates advanced automotive technical training with a strong academic foundation of math, reading, and electronics, and both analytical and technical skills using GM products.
Over the two years Levi was involved in the program he alternated between hands on work experience at Dale Howard Auto Center and school on a 8-12 week rotation schedule.