TechForce Foundation has named Tina Smith as its Director of National Partnership, responsible for developing corporate partnerships throughout the transportation industry that aim to solve the tech shortage and fuel the pipeline of tomorrow’s workforce of qualified technicians.
The extensive safety and comfort equipment in modern vehicles is increasingly restricting the packaging space available for the powertrain. GKN has thus developed its series of countertrack joints, which transmit the same power through a significantly reduced diameter (smaller by an average of ten percent).
The second race of the NASCAR playoffs had one of the best finishes of the season as Kyle Busch held off Kevin Harvick to capture the seventh annual Federated Auto Parts 400 at the Richmond Raceway on Sept. 22. Over 2,000 Federated guests enjoyed a great day of hospitality, business and racing.
To further meet the needs of automotive professionals, WD-40 Company is expanding its WD-40 Specialist line of products and will debut Carb/Throttle Body & Parts Cleaner at the SEMA Show October 30 – November 2.
The world-famous John Force Racing Team, including popular drivers John Force, Courtney Force, Brittany Force and Robert Hight, will make an appearance at the Carquest Independent booth at AAPEX on Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Fuse5 Automotive Software (FAS), a U.S.-based provider of business management solutions for the automotive aftermarket, has signed Tri-County Equipment Sales & Service, Crossville, Tenn., on the industry's first cloud-based solution: Fuse5 Automotive Software.
In a new, one-of-a-kind virtual reality experience at AAPEX 2018, buyers will have a chance to test their skills as they journey into a virtual garage, select automotive parts and install them on a vehicle.
Sanville will be in CRP Automotive’s exhibit booth #3471 at the CRP Learning Center on Oct. 30, 2018 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM to meet with fans and show attendees and discuss service and installation tips.
People buying new General Motors vehicles will have the opportunity to purchase a true, extended bumper-to-bumper limited warranty resulting in five years or 60,000 miles of coverage for Chevrolet and GMC customers, and six years or 70,000 miles for Buick and Cadillac customers.
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