We can't really tell with the amount of info supplied. For example, if a car gets 'repaired' but that repair doesn't resolve the issue and the car comes back another day, does it get the same Repair ID, what if the same equipment is used, what if it comes back on the same day? You need to assess what will happen to the data over time. Personally, I would be looking at a surrogate key for this.
As pablolee said, without knowing the meaning of every column, every suggestion would be (more or less precise) guess.
Anyway, before implementing anything, I would suggest you to read about database normalization and create proper data model. At least, columns 1-2, 4-7 and 8-10 look like candidates for normalization to second normal form. But, I may be wrong as I do not know their real meaning.