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This Weeks Show Broadcast Date: June 3, 2017
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Auto Lab is a 28 year old interactive automotive-focused New York area radio call-in show hosted by Professor Harold Wolchok. Each week a cadre of experienced hands-on automotive experts are in-studio with advice for the New York area's 12 million people, providing listeners with honest, practical and street-smart car repair and buying advice.
Auto Lab is also about the automotive industry, its history, and its culture, presenting the ideas and advice of leading college faculty, authors, and automotive practitioners in a relaxed, conversational interactive format.
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This Weeks Show: June 3, 2017
Auto Lab In-Studio Auto Experts Discuss: Repairs, Second Opinions, Regular Maintenance, How To's, Safety, Used and New Car Buying, Ombudsmen Suggestions
Harold Bendell - Major Auto
Ivan Anderson - Brookdale Community College
Fred Bordoff - Bronx Community College - CUNY Automotive Technology Department
Tim Cacace - Master Mechanix Auto Repairs
David Goldsmith - Urban Classics Auto Repairs
Jerry Pastore-D & J Diagnostic
Johanna Pastore-D & J Diagnostic
Joanne Porcelli, Esq
Michael Porcelli - Auto Mobile Services
Nicholas Prague- MTA and Rockland Community College, SUNY
Auto Lab Correspondent Interviews: Featuring Auto Safety News, New Car Reviews, Technology and Latest Auto World Information That Will Effect You!
Broadcast Date: June 3, 2017
Robert Erskine, Senior European Correspondent, Suffolk England
DRIVEN BY DISTRACTION
John Russell Senior Correspondent
2017 LEXUS IS 300
Russ Rader, Vice President Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
ON THE ROAD AGAIN" - Higher driver death rates is a downside of economic recovery
Robert Sinclair Jr.- AAA Northeast
TEEN DRIVERS 300% MORE LIKELY TO DIE IN ROAD CRASHES