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ASA is asking Louisiana repairers and vehicle owners to urge their state representatives to oppose legislation aimed at eliminating that state’s premier vehicle safety inspection program.
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Like it or not, as a shop owner, you deal with this subject on a daily basis whether you have employees or not.
The Automotive Service Association has been a staunch defender of Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection (PMVI) programs. The reason is simple: ASA believes PMVI programs save lives.
This article initially started out as something completely different.
"... I wince whenever I hear a shop owner or technician say 'we’ve always done it that way.'"
Watching, listening and examining how our sector is moving forward, one has to ask if we are truly in denial.