Stricter Standards For Ozone Levels?

Congress continues examining impact of proposed new EPA regulations. The U.S. Congress continues its oversight responsibility of the Obama Administration’s proposed update of air quality standards for ground-level ozone. The Clean Air Act requires the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) every five years. The House Energy […]

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A Shift in Course

Thirty-four-year industry veteran Jeff Peevy took over as president of the Automotive Management Institute (AMI) in May. Peevy, considered a visionary in the collision repair industry, had previously served at the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR), where he was a leading advocate of knowledge management and an organizational culture of learning. In this […]

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Want to Reduce Stress?

Cultivate a workplace culture of high accountability. A big contributor to the stress level of a shop owner today is the lack of accountability in his business. According to the word “accountability” means “To be responsible to someone or for some action: answerable.” Accountability to me means simply, “Doing what you say, when you […]

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Our Affiliates – July/August 2015

To give our affiliates an opportunity to showcase their activities and promote membership, each quarter in AutoInc. we will be profiling different affiliates.

If you are a prospective member in these affiliated areas, be sure to read up on all of the great opportunities available to you in your backyard.

Remember: You Keep Them Going. We Keep You Going.

AutoInc. magazine, published monthly, is the informational authority for ASA members and the automotive industry nationwide. Its purpose is to enhance the professionalism of these members through management, technical and legislative articles, researched and written with the highest regard for accuracy, quality and integrity.

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