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Professional automotive forum for discussion of any automotive industry-related issues, ranging from automotive legislation before the U.S. Congress and other legal bodies around the world, local automotive politics in states, provinces, and cities, as well as broader issues affecting the industry as a whole, including best practices to promote the professional image of the automotive service industry. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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A novel idea for tire sales
07/12/2019 in the Industry Issues Forum
A local dealership concern has started an idea to boost sales. It involves no lying but a fair amount of MISLEADING statements which we all know IS lying. " Sir/madam your tires measure 3/16th of an inch. As the wear out limit for your tires is 2/32 of an...
GM cuts another labor time
07/10/2019 in the Industry Issues Forum
We've been having a ton of complaints with torque converter shudder on the 8L90 trans. The TSB is 18-NA-355. At first it was required to road test with the picoscope and get a printout to prove the torque converter was causing the shudder. Overall it wasn...
All Electric Fleet? Probably Not
07/08/2019 in the Industry Issues Forum
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Cost of living adjustment
07/07/2019 in the Industry Issues Forum
Does it exist in this industry?
I-CAR states 65% of shops 'don't train'
07/05/2019 in the Industry Issues Forum
I-CAR has launched a locator site; amazed to see their claim. Maybe they took the total number of American collision shops vs. the I-CAR or OEM certified shops? "Not all body shops are created equal," explained Wesselink. "The reality is, approximately 65...

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