WyoTech News Stories
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Drive belts are slipping, at least in popularity. Once found under the hood of practically ever car, drive belts are giving way to electrical drive systems.
Motor Trend’s Truck Trend magazine named WyoTech’s 1964 Ford F-100 Roadster as one of 25 top customized trucks displayed at the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
At the WyoTech campuses in Laramie, Wyo., and Blairsville, Pa., you can combine traditional automotive with diesel training courses to prepare you to work on both types of cars and trucks.
Is automotive technology changing too quickly? At least one industry analyst thinks so. Writing for Automotive Technology, staff writer Larry P. Vellequette notes that rapid advancements in automobile safety, performance, connectivity and fuel economy may produce better vehicles and attract customers, but immediately adding these improvements to existing production lines can ultimately hurt a company’s profitability.
The increasing presence of women in the auto industry has created new job opportunities. WyoTech can train you to start a career in Automotive Technology.
Who was Rudolf Diesel, and how did he come to invent the engine that powers so much of today’s industry and transportation?
What car offers you the best bang for your buck? According to Consumer Reports, it’s the Toyota Prius.
Sometimes an interview can be intimidating. Learn six ways to give your best interview and land the job you want. Train at WyoTech.
Many of today’s automobiles tend to look alike. There’s a reason for this sameness. Here are seven of them.