“If 2020 was the year of the pandemic, 2021 appears to be the year of the parts pandemic, but how is it really affecting our industry?” says Greg Horn, who will be the featured speaker.
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With more service technicians than usual scheduling tests before their certifications expire on June 30, ASE recommends registering for ASE tests as soon as possible.
The initiative offers free e-learning and online training resources for ASE's auto, truck and collision instructors and students.
After a missed year, AAPEX 2021 will be an industry homecoming, reconnecting business partners and peers in the automotive aftermarket.
SafeLite’s Ed Sprigler will discuss complexities of glass repair, implications of ADAS, use of augmented reality in heads up display, glass recalibration and more.
Thirty college and high school students from 14 schools submitted scholarship applications for the awards in amounts of $1,500.
A selection panel of 20 shop owners judged the more than 120 submissions and identified training that will best equip service professionals with top-notch skills.