When it comes to repairs in regards to power steering, it obviously costs the car owner money, but it also costs the shop and technician money, as well as time and labor. But how exactly? And what can you do to keep efficency and profits up? It turns out that the actual cost of doing a quality repair has everything to do with the time and parts you put into the job.
Power steering systems have remained largely unchanged for the past 50 years or so. However, today is the age of "smart" technology: smartphones, smart homes, and of course, smart cars have followed. One of the biggest innovation trends among auto manufacturers is the updating of electronic power steering. The future of electronic power steering is undeniably digital, and the changes might be coming sooner than you think.
To find out what to expect in the electronic power steering arena and how to prepare your team accordingly, keep reading.