Besides actually taking a car apart and putting it back together. I can't afford that. I want to attend a mechanic school/program in Los Angeles that is highly acclaimed...academically, but don't want to regret going there, such as Wyotech, UTI and other highly priced schools. I would most likely like to work on cars as a hobby and not a career.
What is a good school to learn how to restore cars? on 2000 Mitsubishi Diamante
by Brian Roldan in Compton, CA on April 12, 2012
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by globalhelper on April 13, 2012
if you are in school look into getting credit for an apprenticeship program working at a local auto shop for free. hands on exp. its the best
COMMENT by Brian Roldan on April 13, 2012
Yes! but how likely would a shop owner actually just let another person be around the shop while they're busy. Wouldn't that distract their train of thought?
COMMENT by globalhelper on April 14, 2012
you never know until u ask,i have had several