NASCAR Tech Center Upgrades with Tru-line
Mooresville, NC, - Tru-Line Laser Alignment, Inc. has provided the NASCAR technical Institute (NTI) a laser wheel alignment system for its NASCAR training program. The TR-12 is completely portable, weighs less than 100 pounds, and runs off of D cell batteries.
“The Tru-Line laser wheel alignment system is a welcome addition to the NASCAR training program at the NASCAR Techinical Institute. Setting up the chassis on a NASCAR racer is an integral part of our education process. NTI requires the very best equipment available to the industry and Tru-Line is at the top of its class. The Tru-Line system is portable, accurate, reliable, and cuts our set-up time in half. It’s a proven winner in the industry”, says John Dodson, Community and Race Team Relations Director for NTI.
Tru-Line was created in 1983 by Claude Cooke, a laser specialist in the collision repair industry. The company has been in operation for eighteen years, and has over 3,000 units in the field. Second generation owners Jim Zoehrer and Lesley Cooke are deeply committed to bringing affordable and accurate wheel alignment to the auto, truck, RV and racing industries. For more information visit www.tru-line.net
NASCAR Techinical Institute is a division of Universal Technical Institute, Inc. (UTI), one of the nation’s leading providers of technical education training. NASCAR Techinical Institute was created through a partnership of NASCAR and UTI. Its goal is to boost the number of professional technicians entering the workforce, and is the country’s first technical training school to combine a complete automotive technology program and a NASCAR-specific motorsports program.