Date archive: July 2006

AASP/NJ Concerned with Study Showing Lack of OE Information Taking A Toll

AASP/NJ Concerned with Study Showing Lack of OE Information Taking A Toll According to a survey of more than 1,000 independent repair shop owners, service managers and service technicians by the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), $5.8 billion in service and parts sales is being lost annually because they are unable to readily access the…

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AASP/NJ Voices Displeasure at NJ-MVC Hearing

 AASP/NJ Voices Displeasure at NJ-MVC Hearing On Monday, July 17, 2006, professionals in the automotive repair and surrounding industries gathered at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission in Trenton to voice their displeasure over proposed changes to the state’s inspection program. The proposed amendments to state motor vehicle and motorcycle inspection regulations would include reclassifying…

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AASP/NJ Urges Repairers and Consumers to Fight Proposed Inspection Changes

 AASP/NJ Urges Repairers and Consumers to Fight Proposed Inspection Changes The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ), along with the state’s other two mechanical repair associations, (the Mechanic’s Education Association [MEA] and the Professional Automotive Technicians Association [PATA]), are urging all New Jersey repairers to attend a crucial public hearing on the…

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