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AASA to Add Technician Resource to Web Site

As part of AASA's efforts to support the right of the consumers to have their vehicles repaired wherever they choose, the association has announced it will post a list of manufacturing members' technical hotlines and/or Web sites on its Web site -- www.aftermarketsuppliers.org. This new section of the AASA Web site will function as an online reference point for installer technicians to contact manufacturers with repair questions.

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — As part of AASA’s efforts to support the right of the consumers to have their vehicles repaired wherever they choose, the association has announced it will post a list of manufacturing members’ technical hotlines and/or Web sites on its Web site — www.aftermarketsuppliers.org.

This new section of the AASA Web site will function as an online reference point for installer technicians to contact manufacturers with repair questions. Surveys of technicians show that product manufacturers serve as one of their major sources of repair information. The site also will list other major sources of repair information: NASTF Web site (www.nastf.org ) and repair manual suppliers. The AASA Web site will be publicized to technicians as a reference tool.

Members interested in adding their information to the AASA site should contact Paul Foley, 919-406-8840 or [email protected].

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