Informa Markets Automotive Aftermarket Group

Informa Markets Automotive Aftermarket Group is a leading provider of integrated media solutions to the automotive industry, offering a powerful portfolio of 3 magazines; 8 targeted supplements and buyers guides; 5 websites including, the automotive industry’s leading B2B website, and 39 training manuals for vehicle industry professionals, trade buyers, and enthusiasts.

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Motor Age Training - PassTheAse

Motor Age Training is the leading series of Self-Study Guides for ASE Certification in the industry. With 42 separate guides ranging from car and light truck to parts specialist, Motor Age Training offers the most complete coverage of any company, and is the only publisher to offer the complete set of Car/Light Truck, Medium/Heavy Truck, Collision Repair, School Bus and Parts Specialist self-study guides. With a 96 percent pass rate among users, Motor Age Training helps get automotive repair careers in the passing lane.


Motor Age

Motor Age’s first issue was published in September 1899 and was launched as a weekly publication sold on newsstands for 5 cents per copy. The publication was originally targeted for those people working on their own vehicles, as well as those who fixed cars for a living. Today, Motor Age reaches over 140,000 automotive service industry professionals -- shop owners, service writers and technicians. With an experienced editorial staff, Motor Age strives to meet the critical information needs of the 21st century for its readers -- the professionals who service America's automotive fleet. Editorial coverage of both domestic and import vehicles includes real-world, in-the-bay-today technical information, as well as a look at what servicing issues shops will be encountering in the future. In addition, Motor Age offers shop owners practical business management information like no other service publication.



Aftermarket Business World


Automotive Body Repair Network is a monthly trade publication serving the collision repair industry. The editorial content is aimed primarily at the collision repair shop owner and his or her technicians.  ABRN primarily provides news, product and technical service information on a variety of collision repair topics. This technical information takes several forms within the magazine, including features and technical departments such as Tech Tips and Paint Shop. In addition, ABRN offers the reader industry news, environmental news and business management information, and most recently, new technology information. The management information presented stresses practical examples and real-world situations the reader can use to improve his or her business management skills.


Aftermarket Business World

Aftermarket Business World is the leading source of information for automotive parts wholesalers and retailers looking for in-depth market trends, analysis, features and business management stories. Aftermarket Business has remained true to the mission first set out in Vol. 1, No. 1 March 1936 (then known as Automotive Retailer): to provide timely, insightful business information to the automotive aftermarket parts seller - be it by analyzing new market opportunities, reporting on key industry issues like Right to Repair, showcasing the newest products or taking an inside look at issues that truly impact the market, such as the growth in China and supplier consolidation. Aftermarket Business World  takes great pride in its content, and works to deliver the highest quality editorial in the industry.