Becoming a Motor Vehicle Parts Interpreter
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Becoming a Motor Vehicle Parts Interpreter

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Also known as Automotive Parts Interpreter.
Sells motor vehicle accessories and parts in a retail or wholesale establishment.
Training time 1 - 3 years
Average pay - No data available -
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 4,200

What does a Motor Vehicle Parts Interpreter do?

  • determining customer requirements and advising on product range, price, delivery, warranties and product use and care
  • showing vehicles to customers and test driving vehicles with customers
  • selling motor vehicles and vehicle products such as parts, tyres, lubricating oils, batteries, car stereos and alarms
  • taking sales orders and preparing contracts of sale
  • receiving orders for parts
  • determining part sizes and details such as vehicle make, model, manufacturer and year

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