Articles by Sue Angell

We're several years away from affordable plug-in hybrids. For those who can't wait, they have a choice of expensive hybrid conversion kits.
Service advisors and technicians are all-too-familiar with the telltale signs of poor vehicle maintenance. But nowhere are these problems more prevalent than in the shops that do business with the college crowd.
The old adage, "there's nothing new under the sun" is particularly apt in the independent repair business, where service advisors and technicians are all-too-familiar with the telltale signs of poor vehicle maintenance. But nowhere are these problems
When it comes to vehicle maintenance and repair, where a consumer takes their car is an extremely personal decision that often is based on a vehicle's make, model and year. Of course, price factors into major repair decisions — especially if an
Toyota shifts Prius production to U.S. to answer rising consumer demand
Motor Age Magazine
Can you name your local lawmakers? The state representatives who are charged with protecting your interests in Washington, D.C.? When was the last time you wrote a legislator to explain how a piece of impending legislation would affect your business
Motor Age Magazine
Can you name your local lawmakers? The state representatives who are charged with protecting your interests in Washington, D.C.? When was the last time you wrote a legislator to explain how a piece of impending legislation would affect your business
Aftermarket World Auto Parts Distribution
This year's eForum, held in Chicago at the Hyatt Regency hotel July 14-16, was all about envisioning the future of the automotive aftermarket. Scott Luckett, vice president of technology standards and solutions for the Automotive Aftermarket Industry
Aftermarket World Auto Parts Distribution