Please see below for upcoming regional automotive association events.
In recognition of its former president and CEO, Al Gaspar, the Auto Care Association has established a memorial fund in his honor.
Though it seems as if the Takata airbag recall has disappeared from the headlines, it certainly hasn't gone too far away. For instance, Volkswagen just added another 2,564 vehicles with potential exploding airbag housings.
According to a press release from The Center for Auto Safety, on July 2, the second anniversary of NHTSA’s opening an investigation into occupant exposure to exhaust and carbon monoxide in 1.3 million Ford Explorers, NHTSA failed to complete its investigation and Ford failed to fix the problem.
A Volkswagen exploding sunroof class-action lawsuit is hanging on after the automaker filed a motion to dismiss the complaint.
The Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA) recently announced that Stacey Phillips will be joining the national organization as the marketing and communications coordinator, effective immediately.
An auto body repair shop filed a class-action lawsuit against State Farm for allegedly telling its customers that the plaintiff's work is substandard and steering them toward shops that provide discounts.
On June 20, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) hosted a webinar called “The Road to Great Technicians” with Chris Chesney, senior director of customer training for the CARQUEST Technical Institute.