Good news – servicing the hub unit on a Tesla is the same as with many traditional cars and light trucks.
Future EV service will require shops to invest in equipment engineered specifically for safety, proper operation.
In all likelihood, your shop management system already has built-In functions to maximize operations.
For this Auto Value Certified Service Center in Pittston, ME, ‘Service is the difference’ and empathy is key.
I’m not a Tesla “fanboy,” but it’s hard to hate an auto company that makes service information available for free.
The story your community hears – and tells – about your shop starts with your customer service.
You’re part of a $400 billion dollar domestic industry which, in turn, is part of a $1.6 trillion global industry!
Learn how to break bad habits and establish successful ones to help your business thrive.
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