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Don’t Sell Shocks And Struts; Educate Customers Instead

Success comes down to informing customer about the benefits of replacing worn or damaged components.

BendPak Introduces New Ergochair Creeper/Work Seat

This work seat offers a range of adjustments to make performing awkward tasks in the shop less uncomfortable.

Why Would You Jump Start an EV?

If an EV with a full battery won’t start, here’s how you can get it up and running.

Can You Tell What The Marketing Messages Mean?

Certain messages mean certain things – or not. When selecting automotive components, do your homework.

EV-Specific Tires Bring Opportunity To Winter Sales

Winter tires are designed to deliver safety for drivers in wintry weather conditions. EV drivers expect nothing less.

Industry Council Updates Auto Glass Safety Standards

Revision highlights importance of proper calibration on ADAS-equipped vehicles.

What Can You Correct With ADAS Sensors?

When performing a calibration, you are adjusting the connection between the sensor, vehicle and surroundings.

Communicating The Effectiveness Of TPMS

A good angle to start with may be laying out the consequences of not having a working TPMS.

Get Ready To Lift Electric Vehicles

Future EV service will require shops to invest in equipment engineered specifically for safety, proper operation.

What Customers Don’t Know About TPMS Can Hurt You

Surveys have shown that 30-50% of drivers have no clue what the TPMS warning light in their vehicles means.

ADAS Market Expected To Approach $58 Billion By 2030

The global ADAS market was valued at a CAGR of 18.3% by next decade, according to Straits Research.

What’s To Blame For Prevalence Of Angry Driving?

As Phil Connors warned in ‘Groundhog Day,’ driving angry leads to bad things.