Bill Babcox and AASA’s Paul McCarthy discuss a range of topics affecting the aftermarket.
A well-known figure on the aftermarket stage, we get to know a little more about Paul’s career path.
MEMA’s Catherine Boland commented during FTC’s open meeting in support of the automotive aftermarket’s fight for appropriate access to vehicle data.
An on-demand portion will take place both prior to and following this year’s conference.
The data collected from our cars is valuable. This video is sponsored by Standard Motor Products.
Vehicles collect data and send it wirelessly to the manufacturer. This video is sponsored by Standard Motor Products.
Who has access to this information? This video is sponsored by Standard Motor Products.
AASA is working with supplier members to navigate the situation and take steps to keep appropriate facilities open.
After registering for the scavenger hunt at the Know Your Parts booth, participating technicians will work on visiting as many manufacturers’ booths at AAPEX as possible.
The panel discussion, “Who Owns Your Car’s Data,” was held at the Capitol Visitors Center. More than 20 legislative staff members and industry leaders attended. A lively question-and-answer period was held after a 45-minute panel discussion.
First-Ever BMC And FMSI ‘Brake Weekend’ To Feature Industry Insights From John Washbish And Brent Windom
“The gathering illustrates the dedication and passion brake manufacturers have in working together to promote safe driving and to provide the motoring public with the highest-quality brake products,” said Bill Long, AASA president and chief operating officer.
The Brake Weekend will begin with a joint meeting of BMC and FMSI the afternoon of June 1 at the Longboat Key Club, following BMC members-only sessions earlier in the day.