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The 41st edition of the TaT magazine will be out soon and it contains a fascinating centre spread story from one of America's leading technical trainers about the dreaded carbon. TaT ran a big story on the problems of carbon build up in modern engines in 2012, entitled The Black Hole. TaT called it the next plague. Now it's a pandemic. This exclusive and vital story by special writer Bernie Thompson takes the place of the regular TaT's a facts in this issue.
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The Automotive Technician is a unique magazine-website-training combination to help the technicians of Australia and New Zealand improve their skills and earning potential through knowledge sharing and training.
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TaT is a breath of fresh air for the technicians of Australasia, and from the feedback we receive they are thoroughly enjoying it. The magazine, combined with its active website and training programs, provides an exciting platform for those with products to sell and messages to deliver.
The number of subscribers to TaT continues to grow. Emails we have received confirm our view that the technicians of Australia and New Zealand appreciate this vibrant new way to absorb knowledge which will ultimately reward them through greater work satisfaction and profitability for their special knowledge.
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Below is a brief clip from the story on Action Auto Electrics in Brisbane, which this year celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Editor Ken Newton interviewed the founder Geoff Anderson. Enjoy his insights into the industry he loves.