Andrew Markel
Parts and Artificial Intelligence

In the past 25 years, things have changed with the Internet.

The Changing Vehicle Ownership Cycle

Fewer new cars and higher used car prices mean the better option may be for drivers to keep their current vehicle.

Our Image Problem

If you search the term “mechanic,” you get an interesting idea of how different cultures value repair professionals.

The Used And New Car Bubble

The main driver of prices has been the computer chip shortage.

Welcome To 2035 – What Things Might Look Like

The future is what we make it. We need to start addressing technology now so 2035 becomes a bright future.

DIYers And The Covid Stimulus

Just about every DIYer who calls me would be better off going to a shop instead of doing it on their own.

What’s The Deal With R1234yf?

The benefit of R1234yf is simple. Brake & Front End Editor Andrew Markel breaks it down for us.

Pandemic Technology

Honda in Japan has introduced a new cabin air-filter design to reduce exposure to coronavirus inside a vehicle.

The Future Of Carbo-Ceramic Rotors

The future of carbon-ceramic brakes is bright for electric vehicles.

The Future Of Turbochargers

By 2022, it’s estimated that at least 50% of vehicles sold in the U.S. will have one or more turbochargers under the hood.

Prepare For R1234YF Now

This “staggered” transition to R1234yf creates a problem for shops servicing these vehicles.

Looking For The Positive Side Of The Covid-19 Crisis

There has been an uptick in technicians engaging in technical training on the Underhood Service website.