When we talk about car servicing, we generally refer to two work scopes: mechanical service, and body & paint service. The former refers to the mechanical maintenance of the engine, gear box, steering and suspension; the latter refers to the body parts and paint service. Benefitting from technological advancements, most of the diagnostics involved in mechanical servicing can be done by the computer these days, with the technician playing a “follow up” role. But when it comes to body works, the service standard still highly rely on the manual skills. If you are to visit the Tuen Mun Service Centre, you’d be impressed with the meticulous procedures that the technician would follow through with body paintwork, restoring the car body to a standard recognized by the manufacturer’s standard in Germany. The standard is so high here in the Tuen Mun Centre that one of the young technicians Cheng Tse Hong will be competing for Hong Kong in World Skills Abu Dhabi 2017 this October in the Car Painting category.