Revamped ASA website includes Communities section

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The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has unveiled a major redesign of its website, The website, originally launched in 1995, now includes a reorganized format, innovative functionality and interactive content that provides a gateway for ASA members, industry professionals and consumers alike.

ASA says the major additions to the site is the Communities section. Within the Communities, current ASA members will have access to online forums, document libraries, wikis and blogs, allowing collaboration and communication between members, staff and volunteer leadership in a professional environment.

“We’re especially excited about the new Communities feature of the website,” says Ron Pyle, ASA’s president and chief staff executive. “It provides members, volunteers and staff the opportunity to work more closely together and share their wealth of knowledge in an easy-to-use and friendly environment.”

In addition to its new look; the website was reorganized from the ground up to improve the site’s ease of use. The “ASA Membership” section is now divided into categorized listings, and the “Consumers” section includes vehicle care tips, free resources and the ASA Shop Locator, which has been used by hundreds of thousands of consumers looking for a reliable repair shop in their area.

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