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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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Have you'lied' to a customer
05/22/2018 in the Industry Issues Forum
BMW specific ASE tests
05/18/2018 in the Industry Issues Forum
I like it. We all know ASEs aren't foolproof evidence of competency,but I think its a good step for BMW to try to hire quality technicians. Thoughts?
More about tampering
05/18/2018 in the Industry Issues Forum
Local Craigslist lists TN based "bulletproofing" service from diesel specialty shop. Why have emission controls at all? I'm shocked this is done right out in the open and is openly advertised. I mean a parts seller can claim their equipment is designed fo...
As Seen On TV, Where To Get Free Repairs (Really)
05/17/2018 in the Industry Issues Forum
Came across this the other day catching up on the local news. My opinion showing these kind of things gives the vehicle owners a false sense that everyone in the automotive repair industry should do these things also. Plus it truly robs the repair shops r...
06 Honda CRV Mount Question
05/17/2018 in the Industry Issues Forum
Honda guys, is it normal for the right side (front of engine) mount to sit this low?

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