Who’ll Fix Your Electric Car?

It was the 1960s in Southern California — the epicenter of car culture in America — when a 13-year-old Pat Cadam started tinkering under the hood. 

Two decades later, what once had been a hobby became a career path when Cadam opened up a small-scale car repair business. It was around the same time that computers started becoming more widely used in cars in the electronic control module, which monitors the sensors in a car to ensure it’s running efficiently. 

Cadam called it a “watershed moment,” mechanics either realized that learning how to work on computerized systems was essential to

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