The Auto Care Association took its turn in testifying and submitting comments about the effect of President Donald Trump's Chinese tariffs. Among the points made: "The price increases for repairs due to the tariffs are hitting low- and middle-income consumers the hardest."
The New York Times is conducting an ongoing examination of privacy and data, and Bill Hanvey, CEO and president of the Auto Care Association, wrote about the data collected by a modern vehicle. It's about much more than the frequency of oil changes. "Your car knows when you gain weight."
Former President George W. Bush will be the keynote speaker at the 2019 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) Grand Opening Keynote Session on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
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 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).
The 2018 edition of the Auto Care Association's Digital Auto Care Factbook is now available, along with the Lang Annual 2018.
Stacey Miller is the new director of communications for the Auto Care Association.
Seventeen automotive technicians have qualified for the 2017 World Class Technician Award.
There is a potential game-changing proposal under consideration in Congress that would set the business community on its ear. According to multiple sources, the proposal would disallow U.S. companies from deducting the cost of the products they import from their taxes.
Joe Register will lead the Auto Care Association's vehicle telematics initiative as its director of emerging technologies. Register has 40 years of experience delivering progressive information system solutions to companies in every channel of the automotive aftermarket, including the design and implementation of entire enterprise systems.
The U.S. automotive aftermarket is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.7% through 2019, according to the “2016 Joint Channel Forecast Model” produced jointly by the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) and the Auto Care Association.
Eight companies joined the Auto Care Association on a trade mission to Lima, Peru, the first in a series of trade missions that will be organized as part of the Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) award from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The Auto Care Association has expressed disappointment with the Department of Labor’s final rule on overtime pay regulation. The association said the department ignored the studies, meetings, and thousands of comments received from American businesses expressing serious objections to the proposed changes.