As the trend of “last mile delivery” picks up speed, fleet and repair shop owners are faced with the consequences of stop-and-go driving and extended idling periods. Anticipating these challenges and meeting them head-on will ensure a solid place in this market that’s set to grow exponentially.
For the fourth consecutive year, Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center will support “Trading One Uniform for Another” (TOUFA), a nationwide program that awards scholarships to U.S. military veterans and first responders to use toward certification in automotive maintenance and repair.
Bolt On Technology has launched a new website with tools and features designed to better educate and arm automotive repair shops with information and products they need to improve operations and enhance profits.
The nonprofit TechForce Foundation is the title sponsor of the TMCFutureTech national student technician competition for the third straight year.
Now through Sept. 30, 2019, registered FordParts.com customers will save 5% on Motorcraft brakes, suspension, climate control and engine cooling parts.
Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper have launched an OE (original equipment) engine management cataloging program to streamline the process of finding actual OE parts, simplifying the ignition coil selection process and ensuring each customer gets the best part for their vehicle.
Women in Auto Care, part of the Auto Care Association, is now accepting entries for the 2019 Automotive Communications Awards.
In conjunction with the latest update to WinAlign software, Hunter Engineering Co. has begun shipping the next generation of its Quick Tread Edge drive-over tread depth measuring tool.
Cardone Industries has appointed Mike Carr its chief executive officer.
Harlan Siegel has joined the Opus Intelligent Vehicle Support (IVS) division as vice president of global sales. He will be responsible for the sales of IVS products globally, with integrated offerings from Drew Technologies, Autologic, and Farsight Diagnostic platforms and professional support services.
As Northwood University kicks off its masters-style Leadership 2.0 course in Midland, Mich., two students are in attendance courtesy of Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper scholarships.
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