Inside July/August Issue:
House subcommittee questions use of postal vehicle maintenance facilities. The U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s Government Operations Subcommittee held a hearing May 21 on “Issues Facing Civilian and Postal Service Vehicle Fleet Procurement.” There has been much congressional interest in the financial condition of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and how it has […]
Five things you don’t know about NASTF & the VSP Registry – but should. Thirteen years ago, a group of individuals and organizations came together to create the next step in automotive service technology. It was built on the idea that technology itself presents a solution to one of the most challenging tasks faced by […]
What you need to say and do to minimize the impact on your business. We all appreciate the hopeful feeling a new staff member brings to the organization. A burst of optimistic energy floats around the shop as all the people and parts of the business settle in around the new addition. It’s not a […]
As aluminum gains on steel in auto-body structure, these 10 tips will transform you into a shop superhero for the brave new world of welding. No spoiler alert here: Aluminum is the auto industry’s new super metal. Its strength is exceptional for a lightweight metal, and its flexibility in usage for vehicle bodies, structural components, […]
Our Affiliates – July/August 2015
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