I went to UTI and it was the best experience of my life, you have to want to be an Auto Mechanic all out or you won't make it, you have to be willing to work harder than you may want to at times. You never stop learning, you must buy tools and equipment, and dig in! If you work at a dealer, seniority is a must to not get warranty work all the time, I own my own business and am Happy with what UTI did for me! If I were working as a slave to some else this isn't as rewarding. I've finally gotten to the point where I can pick what jobs I want to do, You will succeed by choosing profitable jobs and avoid busy work. The first few years will be tough DON'T QUIT, the most successful mechanics are BULLDOGS never giving up. It's not for everybody you have to Love it. A good independent shop is more recommended IMO than a dealer. Lastly UTI can't teach experience you must get it youself! GREAT SCHOOL!
be tough, Don't quit it will pay off. Build a reputation and
Reason of review: Good quality.