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Can Customer Dash Cams Get Your Shop In Hot Water?

Are customers watching their vehicles being repaired? If so, are you comfortable with what they’re seeing?

A Safe Working Environment Is Good For Business

Failure to create a safe working environment can be more expensive than doing things right to begin with.

Making Sense Of Mazda’s IActivsense ADAS Technology

Mazda’s ADAS technologies use radar, cameras and lasers to identify objects and hazards and help drivers be safer.

NABC, PPG Campaign to Raise Distracted Driving Awareness

PPG will work with NABC and utilize the star power of Josef Newgarden, a two-time INDYCAR Champion on the campaign.

Electric Vehicles: What HV Tools & Equipment Do You Need?

Having the right tools is the first step when working with high-voltage systems; using them properly is the next one.

EV Safety: Battery Precautions & Welding Considerations

Safety precautions take on a whole new meaning with hybrid or battery electric vehicles.

USTMA Kicks Off National Tire Safety Week

USTMA/Discount Tire/Ipsos Poll reveals drivers know the basics, but need more knowledge about tire safety.

May Is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

The AMA asks motorists to be especially aware of conditions around them.

Updating Your Hazard Control Plan

With your new pandemic practices in place, it may be time to review and update your emergency plans as necessary.

MACS Petitions For Federal Cabin Cleaning Guidelines

MACS is requesting uniform standards for automotive repair service shops for sanitizing the cabins of vehicles.

VIDEO: Shop Owners Deal With Coronavirus

If your shop is seeing a change in business or is doing anything to prevent the Coronavirus, let us know!

Anti-Vehicle Safety Inspection Bill Headed To WV House

ASA is urging WV repairers to contact legislators in opposition of the bill.