Stay on top of automotive technology

Stay on top of automotive technology

Today's increasingly complex vehicles require repair professionals to have in-depth technical knowledge.

True to its motto, "Driver's best friend," MEYLE offers a wide range of training options. Choosing from four compact training modules providing expert knowledge and tips and tricks for successful vehicle repair, wholesalers can book training for their MEYLE workshop customers. Depending on the customer's preferences, training sessions can be booked to take place at the MEYLE training workshop at the Wulf Gaertner Autoparts Hamburg head offices, at the repair professional's workshop or in the training facilities of the parts dealer.

Training modules include steering and suspension parts, MEYLE‑PD brake discs and pads, engine cooling and water pumps as well as oil filter replacement on automatic transmissions. All training sessions have a balanced approach between theory and practice and last from 1.5 to 2.5 hours. During the training the MEYLE mechanics will share background knowledge, current insights and information on new applications, complemented by hands-on exercises to demonstrate state-of-the-art vehicle systems, thereby ensuring repairs are carried out to professional standards.

Stay on top of automotive technology with the MEYLE training program

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Repair professionals tired of rummaging around for information will quickly find professional installation and removal instructions on the "MEYLE TV" YouTube channel where MEYLE also hosts the "MEYLE Mechanics" series of how-to tutorials offering practical tips and advice for repair businesses along with valuable product information. For example, one video provides step-by-step instructions on how to replace the cardan shaft centre bearing and flex disc on a VW Touareg or Porsche Cayenne without having to change the entire cardan shaft assembly. Using the MEYLE centre bearing repair kit offers cost savings of up to 70 per cent.


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