ASA is continuing to work to ensure that a Cash for Clunkers program is not included in the next round of stimulus legislation.
ASA is asking auto repairers to send a letter urging their U.S. congressmen and senators to oppose the program in the next phase of COVID-19 stimulus legislation.
The free one-hour, online Virtual Industry Professional Forum will be held at Noon EST on Wednesday, May 6.
Automotive Service Association President Ray Fisher testified at the hearing.
Arkansas and Oklahoma will no longer be part of ASA Midwest, and ASA-Midwest’s members will see a reduction in their annual dues.
The bill would allow policymakers to hear from all sides of the automated vehicle discussion and ensure the independent repairer has a seat at the table.
Attendees held discussions with senior staff from the U.S. House on Energy and Commerce, House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee in a series of roundtable talks about new vehicle technologies and the impact these could have on automotive repair.
If enacted, this bill would dismantle Texas’ safety inspection program and institute an “inspection program replacement fee” due at a vehicle’s registration or registration renewal.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) will hold its next annual business meeting April 24-26 at the Magnolia Hotel in Denver. The event will kick off with a welcome reception at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 24.
Pennsylvania House Bill (HB) 2297 would require state vehicle safety inspections to include a review of any potential safety recalls using the vehicle’s VIN number and notify the owner or driver of the vehicle if it’s subject to a recall.
The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) Meet-Up will take place on from 3-5 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11 at the Anaheim Convention Center.