Nazis are back.
Tried that route already, the ABIA. All the mechanics wanted to do was join so they could get referrals for jobs.
And...was joining just a pay thing or were there real courses and tests and such to pass?
I used to fix copiers. I couldn't touch a brand until I had formal certified training, and then on certain models only. There was no 'winging it' in that industry. What prevents pool table maintenance from copying that model? You once told me it was because the table manufactuers don't care about their product after sales, but why not care? Wouldn't such a market advantage pay off long-term and put the hacks out of business?