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Charity Car Lives On

April 15th, 2020 by

I got a call from a gentleman named Bill in Mount Vernon, Va.  the other day who recently purchased a TR6. He found a MORROBUILT engine plaque #24 in the glove box and tracked me down thanks to Google.   Bill shared his Triumph history with me and said he purchased a new British Racing […]

2019 State Legislative Update

March 15th, 2019 by

Below are some of the pending “priority bills” that the Auto Care Association is tracking at the state level. For more information on these bills, contact Tom Tucker, director, state affairs, at tom.tucker@autocare.org. Missouri – House Bill 451 | This bill would repeal the requirement that all vehicles must obtain a vehicle safety inspection in […]

ASTE Update

March 15th, 2019 by

We are several months away from ASTE, but we are almost complete with a speaker lineup, as of today for management seminars we have booked; Rick White, Ron Ipach, Jim Silverman, Jimmy Lea, Chris Cloutier, Danny Sanchez, Kyle Eisenberg & Kim Walker. Technical trainers include; Keith Glasgow, John Forro, Craig Van Battenberg, Dirk Fuchs, TJ […]

In Automotive Aftermarket News This Month…

December 8th, 2017 by

MyCarfax Now Integrated With Shop Boss Pro CSB Technologies, the owner of Shop Boss Pro automotive business management software, has expanded its relationship with Carfax. Shop Boss Pro users who participate in the myCarfax Service Shop program can now register customers with myCarfax.com using a dedicated button built into the shop software.   Autologic Diagnostics […]

Volkswagen Recalls 766K Vehicles for Brake System Update

July 14th, 2017 by

Volkswagen is recalling 766,000 vehicles of its core passenger car brand worldwide for a software update to their braking control systems, Reuters reported. The braking control system may not function properly in certain driving conditions, such as when the driver over-steers, under-steers or slams on the brakes, a spokesman said. The car maker is recalling 288,000 VW-brand […]

Legislative Report by David Ferrell

July 14th, 2017 by

The legislature adjourned the 2017 “long” session at 2:00 a.m. Friday morning, wrapping up an approximate 6-month session that began in late January. A press release from the Senate said it was the “second quickest” long session adjournment since 1973. This week the House and Senate worked long days and late into the evenings in […]