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Fred Bordoff has been a specialist in automotive diagnostics and repairs for over 30 years. He is currently the owner and president of NYCAT, the New York Center for Automotive Technology, a state-of-the art facility specializing in automotive diagnostics and repair, located in Long Island City.
He has also served as co-host of WMCA Radio's "Auto Lab", a weekly call-in program in New York. He served as auto expert to CNNfn TV, and appeared regularly as automotive commentator on CNNfn's programs "In the Game" and "The Most Toys." He publishes the NYCAT News, a professional newsletter for the automotive industry.
Before founding NYCAT, he was founder and president of Space Diagnostics, Inc. He is a strong advocate of continuing education and training for automotive technicians, and of automotive education for the driving public. As a result, besides serving the public as a repair center, the New York Center for Automotive Technology offers New York State -approved courses for advanced certification of experienced technicians, as well as courses for motorists.
Fred has served as a training agent for the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles since 1981 and has served as consultant in Vocational Education for the New York City Board of Education. He was an adjunct instructor in Automotive Technology at the State University of New York at Farmingdale from 1970 to 1978.
Fred Bordoff has served on numerous occasions as automotive expert in court proceedings and administrative hearings before the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Fred Bordoff is president of the New York State Association of Service Stations and Repair Shops. He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Gasoline and Automotive Service Dealers Association. He has served in volunteer advisory positions to numerous civic and educational institutions in order to promote consumer education and safety for the motoring public, as well as educational vocational opportunities for youngsters.
Fred Bordoff is a member of the board of trustees of Shorefront Y, and a board member of the Ditmas Park Association, both in New York City.