Aspiring car mechanics can choose several paths for their education. They may enroll in a vocational high school, get an Associate's degree in mechanics, or work as an apprenticeship.
It depends on what kind of education he or she has
i think it because if you fale you would still have education and it is good for you.
2 years of secondary school
A mechanic, or motor mechanic, or car mechanic.
what education do I need to become a heavy duty mechanic
Yes, auto mechanics does have to finish schooling to be a licensed auto mechanic. You don't have to have schooling to work as a mechanic but if something goes wrong with someone's car then you would be liable like a licensed mechanic.
The passive equivalent is "The car will be repaired by the mechanic."
You can repair the drum brakes on your car by getting the needed parts from an auto store then either taking the car to a mechanic or finding a step by step instructions.
Jiffy is a great place to get your car repaired they check out your car and fix what is needed. Plus after they fix your car they clean it and make it smell good.
Some type of education on the subject, probably a college course, and proper grammar.
Tech school after regular school, in Canada 2 years.