For me, it depends on the task and the person. Primarily the person
and whether I know their skills. Whenever in doubt, do it for them.
On Thu, 20 Sep 2018 10:38:59 -0400, you wrote:
>I just wanted to start a little conversation about a question that bothers
>me (albeit very little.)
>When someone brings their vehicle to your garage, do you do the work or do
>you let them do it?
>Here is the context, due to my garage, everyone I offer to help brings
>their vehicles to me to fix. Once there, I do the work for the most part.
> I enjoy doing it, so it's no big deal.
>But a few people commented that they expected to do most if not all the
>work once there.
>I understand that they may enjoy working on the cars as well, but here is
>my thought about it...
>One, since it's my garage, I know where every tools, part, etc is located.
> I know what I have and don't have. When doing the work, I know what
>equipment I have will work the best for the situation.
>Also, I also know where to put everything back when I'm done.
>This is the fastest and most effective way to do the work in my opinion.
>I realize that this takes away their ability to learn through first hand
>experience, but I do include them in the work when possible.
>So, what is the proper way to handle this? Is it a "home rule" thing, or
>a should I step aside and let them do all the work?
>One more thing, if they are doing the work and break something on their
>car that requires a trip to the auto parts store, I now have to drive them
>there (this I don't like.) At least if I break it, I don't mind the trip
>What's your take?
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