California car mandate would hit mechanics hard

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The pungent odor of motor oil and grease wafts as a result of the air at JR Automotive in San Francisco as Jesus Rojas lifts the hood of a 2014 Honda Civic to inspect its engine. 

Gasoline-run vehicles like this 1 have hundreds of relocating sections and other factors that retain mechanics like Rojas busy. Rojas, 42, has used much of his life refining the specialised techniques required to inspect and restore them. 

But as California switches to electric vehicles in its fight versus local climate change and air air pollution, these skills will be desired significantly less and much less over the future ten years. By 2040, the condition assignments that approximately 32,000 auto mechanics employment will be missing in California, considering that electric vehicles have to have much much less routine maintenance and restore than regular combustion engines.

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