Commitment to Training

  • The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) is pleased to announce that online pre-registration is now open for the 42nd annual NORTHEAST 2019 Automotive Services Show scheduled for March 15-17, 2019 at the Meadowlands Exposition Center located in Secaucus, NJ.
    AASP-NJ
  • Conflicting information can cause what would be a normal diagnostic procedure to become a massive headache, costing time, money and in some cases, sanity.
  • With ADAS becoming so popular, the idea of no lights equals no problems needs to be reconsidered. When removing, inspecting and/or replacing an ADAS component or its mounting, for example a windshield, most manufactures require the system be calibrated.
    Bob Heipp
  • I had a shop call me for advice on a 2002 Dodge Ram Truck with a 5.9L diesel engine that had a charging system issue.
    John Anello
  • Understanding how first responder extrication and rescue practices are changing to account for today’s modern steels can assist repair technicians with assessing damage and planning and executing repairs to modern vehicles which have been the subject of extrication modifications.
    Jody Hall
  • We never stop learning, and the tough ones put iron in our souls. And for those who are just getting started in this business or are reading these words as a consumer, this, ladies and gentlemen, is what we do.
  • Sometimes we get lucky and the cause of the customer's concern is readily apparent after a test drive and a review of some fundamental PIDs. And then, other times — well, you know!
    Brandon Steckler
  • If you don’t follow service information and the OE process properly for ADAS service, there is a risk that the system you serviced will fail to work properly and someone may get hurt.
    Chris Chesney