Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Series The latest edition of this best-selling text comprehensively covers the essential knowledge requirements of the NVQ/SVQ in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair, Modern Apprenticeships and other similar courses. Taking the form of a workbook, this market-leading text is an ideal course companion. The workbook format allows essential information to be recorded in the text, which provides students with an excellent way of checking their progress and an invaluable source of accurate information for future reference. The units are self-contained and can therefore be tackled in any order according to facilities and preferences. Emphasising good and safe working practice, topics covered include inspecting and valeting vehicles, routine maintenance, tyre repairs, road vehicle systems and layouts, electric and electronic vehicle systems and colleague and customer relationships. A wide range of essential skills are also covered ranging from joining and bench fitting to interpreting drawings, specifications and data and basic workshop and vehicle calculations.(c) a.record of time spent- )d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) When a vehicle is booked in at a garage for a service or repair job, the ... vehicle and job are fed into reception computer and a job card print out, with job number is obtained for the workshop.
|Title||:||Maintenance and Repair of Road Vehicles|
|Author||:||Roy Brooks, Jack Hirst, John Whipp|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning EMEA - 2001|