Measuring the impact of a new car mechanic on your life
A new mechanic at a New Jersey garage says he’s made his way from being a “truck mechanic” to a “mechanics engineer.”
The owner, who goes by the handle of “Mr. B,” told NBC News that his first job was as a truck mechanic, but that soon after that he was hired by a mechanic’s friend.
The friend told the mechanic that he wanted to become a mechanic, and Mr. B says he agreed.
But Mr. J says his friend didn’t offer him a job.
Instead, the friend got Mr. D into a car, then offered him a $10,000 bonus if he got a job at a nearby garage.
Mr. D said he agreed, but the mechanic said he was going to be a mechanic and that he’d never be a truck driver.
Mr B said he got fired after the two went to a mechanic who had a problem with his vehicle.
Mr J, who works as a mechanic at the same garage, says he and his mechanic friend have had many close calls since the accident.
Mr D says he was told by the mechanic who asked for the job that the garage owner was not interested in his qualifications.
“I was a little scared.
I was scared to even ask, but I told him I was a mechanic.
He told me he was not going to take a chance,” Mr. C said.
Mr C says he has had to deal with the loss of his job and now works full time in a factory for a major automaker.
“That’s the biggest thing, that the company is going to lose a lot of money.
I’m getting more calls than I’m paying for,” Mr C said, adding that he is concerned about his safety and his future.”
It’s a big change.
I don’t know what to do,” he said.