Mitchell 1, a Snap-on company, has added their support to the inaugural California Supertech Competition being held on June 6 at the Santa Anita Race Track. Mitchell 1 will sponsor and administer a service information test station utilizing their online vehicle repair program, The service information station will test the Supertech competitors’ ability to use computer-based information to diagnose and correctly repair vehicle problems. Knowing how to access and use web-based repair manuals is an important skill required by today’s technicians. Mitchell 1 programs are included as part of truck technician vocational school curriculums to train technicians how to use the most up-to-date tools available when they graduate. As featured in Professional Tool Equipment News and Commercial Carrier Journal Digital. has been used to test service information knowledge at the Annual TMC National Technician Skills Competition since its inception and Mitchell 1 is increasingly participating in state competitions as they are organized. The California SuperTech Competition is following the TMC guidelines and will be sending their winners to the national event being held in Raleigh, N.C., Sept. 20-23. Dan Kincaid, Senior Editor with Mitchell 1 will administer the tests at the California competition.

Mitchell 1 online vehicle repair products including, and Repair-Connect have all the vital procedural service information in one place to maximize shop productivity. They include thousands of detailed color wiring diagrams to help solve complex electrical problems as well as full-color photos that provide a real-world view of many vehicle components and assemblies. Unique to Mitchell 1 products, CircuitSelect allows the user to easily trace, highlight, isolate and hide individual wiring circuits using different colored highlights.

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Jill Schafer

Jill Schafer is the Marketing Communication Manager at Mitchell 1 and has over 20 years of marketing experience with high-technology organizations, including over 10 years in the automotive information industry.