Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: The 'MonstaHood'
If you already know some things about cars, you might find that lincoln tech is a waste; that is until they start to touch on something that you don't know about. But the shit goes by so fast, you won't really LEARN it. There is so much down (bullshit) time, you really have to be motivated because you will end up teaching yourself(!) or going to sit (sneak) in another class to pick up on something. I really believe that hands-on is the best way to learn automotive repair. Fixing transmissions, installing rearend gears, replacing a starter on a lexus ls series (on top of the motor, under the dash), is not something that 1.) they won't touch upon or 2.) won't spend much time on. You gotta be unbiased, too, because, UNFORTUNATELY, all cars that need fixin' aint 1.)made by ford, 2.)rear wheel drive, 3.)american. My point is that it's best to "shop" around and have a good idea as to what is that you would really like to do in the automotive field. If you just want to get a GENERAL KNOWLEDGE of the field, go to lincoln tech and be out of almost $20K. If you want to get a job, make a living, support your family, not get laughed at and looked at sideways, FUCK LINCOLN TECH. I'm no quitter or loser but when I thought about the cost:learning ratio, I had to move on.
Rebel - Renegade - MUST STAY PAID