The Automotive Service Association (ASA) reports ASA Chairman Roy Schnepper and ASA President and Executive Director Dan Risley recently met with key leaders in Washington, D.C., to discuss automated vehicle policy and data access.
The Rhode Island House Committee on Corporations recently held a hearing on House Bill (HB) 8013. If enacted, certain provisions in the bill would not allow insurers to require “repair specifications or procedures” that are not in compliance with vehicle manufacturer recommendations.
The lineup of instructors has been announced by the Automotive Service Association (ASA) for its Friday, May 4, training sessions at its 2018 annual Business Meeting.
Half-day training sessions will be offered at the Automotive Service Association (ASA) annual Business Meeting on Thursday, May 3, and Friday, May 4.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) reports West Virginia Sen. Robert Karnes, R-11, recently introduced Senate Bill (SB) 90. If enacted, this legislation would repeal West Virginia’s vehicle safety inspection program, which requires an annual inspection.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) will hold its annual meeting and conference May 2-6, 2018, at the Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort Hotel in Orlando, Fla.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) opposes a bill recently introduced in Missouri that would repeal the state’s vehicle safety inspection program.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) wants you to send a letter in support of U.S. Congressman Earl “Buddy” Carter, R-Ga., who is currently developing an automotive data access bill.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) recently held its 2017 Annual Meeting at The Magnolia Hotel in Denver.
Texas Senate Bill (SB) 1588, introduced by state Sen. Donald Huffines, R-16, would dismantle Texas’ safety inspection program and institute an “inspection program replacement fee” due at a vehicle’s registration or registration renewal.
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