A front-end mechanic is a skilled technician who can carry out general vehicle maintenance and repair with little or no supervision. A front-end mechanic arranges wheels, frames, and axles to make sure they are all aligned.
They also steer the mechanisms of automotive cars like automobiles, trucks, and buses. If you are one, you will need to straighten steering rods and axles while adjusting tie rods and shims and connecting pins to align wheels. These technicians sometimes install new parts, and they often do this using hand tools.
A typical front-end mechanic has a general education degree (GED) or a high school diploma. However, he/she or she can also find work if they have only 1-3 months of related experience or training, though you should have both. As for skills, front-end mechanics have to know how to read and write. Calculating skills and the ability to solve problems are both just as important. Front-end mechanics earn $47,168 a year or $23 an hour.