The problem is not the flat-rate pay system (“Flat flap,” April). The problem is the lack of pay for the time it takes a technician to diagnose the issue to fix the car. Technicians have to buy their own tools, and none of these things is regulated.
DAN WILLIAMS, Automotive Technician Recruiter, SearchPath, Cleveland
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