Does St. Philips College in San Antonio really fix cars for free?
I heard that if you buy the parts, the auto technician program at St. Philip’s will fix your car for free because they are looking for projects for their students. A: Paul Rein hit the nail right on the head for this question. Some schools do have this type program. You may also want to check with Vo-Tech programs at high schools. They do the same thing. Just as Rein said though, your car problem usually has to coincide with what they are learning at the time. Another thing to consider is if you really want students working on your car. While I thin its important for these future mechanics to have hands on experience, I think its better for them to have access to people’s cars that they won’t be hurried on. For example, it’s better for them to work on someone’s cars that has several and can part with their ride long enough for these kids to learn properly. I’ve heard horror stories about these programs turning out cars in worse shape then they started with because people hurried them t
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