Bartec Announces TIA ATS Training Voucher

Bartec Announces TIA ATS Training Voucher

TIA is taking its Automotive Tire Service (ATS) Certification Course on the road in 2012. Throughout the coming year, in 28 cities across the country, those who successfully complete the 4-day class will be certified as Advanced ATS Instructors and will be able to take this critically important tire service knowledge back to their place of business.

TIA is taking its award winning Automotive Tire Service (ATS) Certification Course on the road in 2012.  Throughout the coming year, in 28 cities across the country, those who successfully complete the 4-day class will be certified as Advanced ATS Instructors and will be able to take this critically important tire service knowledge back to their place of business.

As a leader in the TPMS segment, Bartec is sponsoring this important campaign.  “We believe that 2012 will be an important year for TPMS and tire repair,” according to Scot Holloway, CEO of Bartec USA. “In light of two recent revelations, the NHTSA/TIA scenario clarification and a 20 million dollar tire repair settlement, we believe that education, training, and of course having the proper equipment, is the best way forward if you are in the tire service business,” stated Holloway.

To back up their commitment to training and education, Bartec is offering a unique SPECIAL OFFER for the ATS TOUR. Beginning January 2, 2012, included with every NEW Tech400SD TPMS Tool shipped from Bartec is an ATS Registration Form and Tuition Voucher. The Tuition Voucher, when combined with the special sponsorship tuition rate, means a $200 discount for this class, and is only available from Bartec. 

The Tech400SD is a leading TPMS Tool for the diagnosis and repair of the TPMS of Domestic and Import vehicles. For additional information, visit the Bartec website at www.bartecusa.com.

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