I'm finally starting a new job on Monday. I'm making a transition from Bicycle Mechanics to Professional Auto Technician. It's a pretty significant jump for me. I've been going to school for the last couple years learning alot, but there's some things that you can't learn in school. I know there's several people here that work in shops or dealerships. Is there any advice that you could give me? Most of what I'm going to be doing is Light line work like Brakes, Tune Ups, Wheels/Tires at a small Used car Dealer working on mid to higher end vehicles like Mercedes, Audi, Land Rover, and because it's Texas Large Diesel Trucks. Any advice would be welcomed because I'm excited yet a bit apprehensive at the same time. I'm on a 90 day trial period to begin with because of my experience, and I don't want to mess it up.