Automotive Service Association

  • Three students from K-12 throughout Texas could win $500 each by entering a contest to design a poster that encourages Texas drivers to “do your part” in helping keep emissions out of the beautiful Texas skies.
  • As the automotive repair and service business becomes more heavily reliant on data and electronic communication, protecting customer information has become a more important concern.
    Brian Albright
  • The 2018 state legislative season saw several states consider mandating the use of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) repair procedures. This issue has been discussed ad nauseum in the collision repair community.
    Robert Redding, Jr.
  • ASA once again hosted its popular Technology and Telematics Forum at the 2018 NACE Automechanika trade show. The six sessions held shared a common theme — the impact Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) were having on both the collision and mechanical repair industry segments and the path these systems were paving on the road to full autonomy.
    Technology and telematics forum
  • ASA and the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers feel the time has come to require insurers, through legislation, to allow repairers to follow OEM guidelines and to compensate them for following the OEM process.
    Darrell Amberson
  • Repairers and consumers have to engage with new messaging to stop the current trends of eliminating vehicle safety inspections.
    Robert Redding, Jr.
  • The Automotive Service Association (ASA) is seeking a new executive director. Between now and Oct. 1, 2018, ASA is inviting interested and qualified candidates to submit their applications to lead the 67-year-old association.
  • The Automotive Service Association (ASA) announced that ASA President and Executive Director Dan Risley will be resigning effective July 13.