There is such a variety in my daily tasks. I get to work on vehicles that have only done a couple of thousand miles or put a battery in an older EV to keep it on the road. We are all still learning, but it’s exciting that we are at the cutting edge of electric vehicles.
I am doing a three-year apprenticeship at Cleevely Motors, working on and learning about internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEs) and electric vehicles (EVs). In an ICE car, you have thousands of moving parts, but an EV has fewer parts and is often more reliable.