Answers For All Your Frequently Asked Questions
What is Mechanic Alliance?
Mechanic Alliance, LLC was started to give mechanics the chance to put their skills to work in doing what they love most, “Working on cars.”
There are over 800,000 mechanics working in the US., and Mechanic Alliance is driven to ensure that good mechanics get the respect and wages that they deserve.
We help and support our members with short, to-the-point training courses, along with one-on-one coaching. We provide scholarships for school, tools, and more. We provide mentorship programs for mechanics and shops.
We have already helped thousands of mechanics build a better living for themselves and their families. Mechanic Alliance (MA) would be honored in helping you. Join Today — and let’s get started on your brighter future.
What is Mechanic Alliance Not?
Mechanic Alliance is not a union. There are no dues or fees deducted from your paycheck.
The best mechanics should get a bigger piece of the pie! MA supports the right of good mechanics to negotiate their own pay and benefits based on their experience and talents.
Mechanic Alliance is not a nonprofit association. MA seeks to provide a broad spectrum of services, helping good mechanics become great mechanics who are properly rewarded for their efforts.
A nonprofit organization can only perform certain/limited functions to be exempt under tax laws.
Mechanic Alliance is not “Technicians” Alliance. Yes, we realize that many of the absolute best and brightest mechanics have earned ASE Master Technician status. Furthermore, MA supports ASE testing and Certification.
However, somewhere along the line, our industry started applying the term “technician” to anyone who works on cars, simply because vehicles are technical by design.
Being a true mechanic is a proud station in life. Mechanics are artisans who typically have a deep understanding of forces and motion. This natural understanding, something you have deep inside, was not learned in trade school or on the job.
The best mechanics “just get it”, and it helps us diagnose and fix anything and everything, especially the complex vehicles we work on for a living.
The term mechanic is a shortened form of mechanical engineer. Some say the first automobile mechanic was German Engineer Karl Benz, because he is credited with building—and professionally repairing, the first automobile.
What is My Certified Mechanic?
My CERTIFIED Mechanic™ (MCM) is a group of mobile mechanics expanding across America with what we call “Ghost Shops.”
These business owners are backed by MCM making sure they are setup properly and running efficiently. MCM advances opportunities for mechanics to fulfill their desire of operating a profitable business.
Most good mechanics dream of owning their own business and getting a bigger slice of the pie. Then again, most good mechanics would rather fix cars than run a business. Your boss knows that, and that’s why you aren’t earning what you are worth.
If you have the knowledgeable and skills, Contact Us. My CERTIFIED Mechanic™ is seeking candidates RIGHT NOW to work in our new, we are looking to work with over 500 qualified mechanics in locations across the country.
I'm In! What Does it Cost to Become Part of Mechanic Alliance?
Mechanic Alliance has 2 different membership levels to serve you.
We have our Free Membership that will grant you access to our blog and classifieds.
We have our Premium Membership which grants you access to training modules as well as access to Marv and Dave that will give you the assitance you need to complete your goals!
How Do I Become an Investor Partner?
Mechanic Alliance is always seeking investors. To be involved and learn about one of the largest paradigm shifts in the automotive repair industry Contact Us today. Our shops, operating as My Certified Mechanic (“MCM”), are changing the way automotive repair shops do business.
MCM principals have more than 100 years of industry-related experience and a growing list of mechanics with a signed letter of intent. MCM believes an injection of capital funds now will help us grow quickly, profitably, and exponentially.
How Do I Become a Vendor Partner?
We are always looking for Approved Vendors who want to become involved with the over 800,000 automotive technicians across the nation. To learn about the available levels of vendor partnerships, Contact Us now.
What Types of Training Does MA Offer?
There are more than enough technical training opportunities available to all mechanics. What most mechanics want, and desire is training that helps them grow their opportunities. Our training is there for members.
MA usually starts with helping you polish your resume and interviewing skills. From there, move on to learning business skills, maybe how to read a profit and loss statement. Then, on to managing people and shops. MA offers you a training path to continued success throughout your career. Contact Us now about MA University courses.
Can MA Help Me Get Better Wages and Benefits?
Why Should I Help Spread the Word About MA?
Many voices speak louder than one; and, with enough voices, we can take action. The faster membership grows the faster we can change the industry. Now, in these uncertain economic times, we have a fantastic opportunity to change things for the better. Join Mechanic Alliance and spread the word!
How Can I Help Spread the Word About MA?
Talk about it! “It” means all the concerns you have about how poorly mechanics are treated and how there is finally a group doing something about it! Tell every mechanic you know. Talk about it in training classes and wherever mechanics gather.
Always be reppin’ your Mechanic Alliance gear – and talk about it when people ask you about what it represents. Put our stickers on your toolbox, car, truck, bike, boats, and ATVs. Use our keychain.
Talk about it loud enough for shop management to hear! Some shop owners will get on board, others may change enough to make your life a little better, at least.
Interact with our Facebook and Instagram pages. Invite everyone to Like and Follow Mechanic Alliance.