Women in Auto Care will host a leadership conference Feb. 27-28, 2019, in New Orleans.
Auto Care Association President and CEO Bill Hanvey is hopeful the temporary trade deal between the United States and China will lead to talks that resolve the issues dividing the two countries.
The Auto Care Association’s Import Vehicle Community has awarded Best Overall Import Product Line honors to KYB Americas Corp. for its Strut-Plus premium strut assembly.
Hailey Ray is the new director of political affairs for the Auto Care Association.
More than 8 in 10 U.S. vehicle owners and lessees believe car owners should have full access to and control of their vehicle's data, including maintenance and repair information, according to the results of a survey by the Auto Care Association.
The Auto Care Association has revealed the names of 11 members elected to the board of directors for 2018–2019.
The Auto Care Association kicked off its new partnership with the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) by hosting a seven-person delegation of rising political leaders from Australia in Washington, D.C., on July 23.
The Auto Care Association is urging the Trump administration to consider the severity of unintended consequences that may ensue by imposing tariffs on imported autos and auto parts.
The U.S. Supreme Court on June 21, 2018, ruled that states can collect sales tax on purchases of products made over the Internet. That includes online tire sales.
The Auto Care Association is praising the Senate Commerce Committee for including a vehicle data access and control amendment in the “American Vision for Safer Transportation through Advancement of Revolutionary Technologies” (AV START) Act (S 1885).
Automotive aftermarket groups representing the U.S., Canada and Mexico have issued a joint statement to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer "strongly" supporting the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
The 2018 edition of the Auto Care Association's Digital Auto Care Factbook is now available, along with the Lang Annual 2018.
The Auto Care Association and Coalition for Auto Repair Equality (CARE) are expressing concerns whether vehicle manufacturers will meet the Right to Repair requirements that take effect in 2018.