Gabriel has launched a virtual training event for Spring 2021.

Gabriel has launched a virtual training event for Spring 2021.

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Gabriel has launched its annual Gabriel HD Spring Training Event. Registration for the event is open for commercial vehicle service professionals, including shop owners, technicians, and counter personnel, in the continental U.S and Canada through March 31.  

During this training event, service professionals will learn how to sell and install shocks, check for worn shocks, identify the difference between misting and leaking shocks, maximize tire life and adjust a GasSLX shock, as well as learn details of Gabriel’s FleetLine Heavy-Duty Shocks and GasSLX Adjustable Shocks.

New for 2021 is Gabriel HD’s video-based interactive training experience.

There are two levels of training, offering three short videos on each level with a few multiple choice questions after the videos. Participants are not required to complete both levels to qualify, but may choose to for more training and prizes.

In addition, Gabriel’s self-paced training format allows participants to quit at any time and come back to where they left off.

After each training level is successfully completed, participants will get to choose a prize, and may advance to the next level.

Additional training resources provided by the AnswerGarage include a technician’s tool kit full of Gabriel HD technical bulletins, industry specific articles, Gabriel Product Guides and 2021 Catalog, along with product sell sheets for learning everything technicians and counter personnel need to know about commercial vehicle ride control, Gabriel officials said in a press release.

To participate in Gabriel HD’s Video Training Event, visit

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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