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Technician group to meet in-person and online for scan tools discussion

Northwest Automotive Technicians Society will discuss scan tools they are using, what’s new and live demos; the event is free and open to all

Molalla, Ore.—The Northwest Automotive Technicians Society (NATS) is meeting in-person at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 23, though the meeting will also be available online via Zoom. The topic will be a continued discussion of scan tools, and the group is working on arranging live demos. There is no charge to attend/participate either online or in-person at Molalla Auto Works, 810 E. Main St. Molalla, Ore. Click here for a flier with details, or like and follow the NATS Facebook page.

About the Northwest Automotive Technicians Society

The Northwest Automotive Technicians Society (NATS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge, skills, and efficiency of the working automotive technician in the greater Portland Ore. / Vancouver, Wash., area. Themeetings are typically based around a monthly topic, and are set up for interactive discussion, not as a seminar style class. In shop demonstrations and hands on sessions are occasionally scheduled as topics warrant. There are currently no fees to attend NATS meetings. For any questions or to be added to the email list, email

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