Aftermarket Websites, Interactive Garage Team Up to Offer Vehicle Configurator

AAM Group, Interactive Garage Team Up on Vehicle Config.

Exciting integration available free to PRO-Level websites for first 12 months.

The AAM Group is pleased to announce the powerful new View on Vehicle integration for its Aftermarket Websites website-building service for local resellers. Available exclusively to customers subscribed at the PRO level, View on Vehicle was created in partnership with “Try it before you buy it” automotive software leader, Interactive Garage.  The technology lets shoppers see what aftermarket accessories will look like on their vehicles before committing to purchase or installation.

The View on Vehicle integration is a service of Interactive Garage and includes only those products of Aftermarket Websites supporting brands that have applications available in the Interactive Garage assortment.  It will be free for the first 12 months to customers paying the published Aftermarket Websites PRO price (a $50/month value).

Built BY the industry, FOR the industry, Aftermarket Websites gives customers more than a website equipped for e-commerce.  They get access to the automatically updated data of more than a million products from over 100 leading brands, MAP protection, marketing and sales guidance, analytics, one-on-one support and integrated SEO proven to drive local traffic.  Shops that choose the PRO tier of service get year/make/model search, access to 400+ brands, an email-marketing service, engine-family lookup, enhanced third-party integrations and much more. 

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