Nick Shultz to contribute TFP auto columnWritten by Toledo Free Press Staff Writers | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Shultz, an instructor of Automotive Technologies at Owens Community College, will contribute a regular auto column to Toledo Free Press starting Nov. 9.
Shultz is an arbitrator for the the Better Business Bureau, specializing in cases involving Ohio and Michigan lemon laws.
He is a certified master automotive technician by ASE, General Motors and Ford Motor Co. Shultz sits on the advisory councils of several Northwest Ohio and Southern Michigan high school automotive training programs and served as the technical competition manager for the Ford AAA National auto skills Challenge State Finals in Ohio.
Shultz’s duties at Owens Community College include teaching courses to prospective automotive technicians from the independent shops in the Toledo area and teaching technicians from local General Motors dealerships.
He has also taught Ford Motor Co. technicians. Shultz headed the Ford Motor Co. corporate training program at Owens when Owens Community College corporate programs were named the No. 1 automotive training programs in the United States by the American Automobile Manufacturers Association.
Shultz, a Toledo native, will take automotive technical questions from readers and write informative articles related to the automotive industry.
“We’re fortunate to have Nick writing for us,” said Toledo Free Press Editor in Chief Michael S. Miller. “As the industry evolves and it becomes more difficult to work on newer cars at home, Nick will offer advice, and hope, for those who want to maintain their vehicles.”