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ASA Members Receive Program Pricing on ALLDATA

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) and ALLDATA have reached an agreement to provide ASA members with price reductions on ALLDATA's electronic diagnostic and repair information.

BEDFORD, TEXAS — The Automotive Service Association (ASA) and ALLDATA have reached an agreement to provide ASA members with price reductions on ALLDATA’s electronic diagnostic and repair information.

ALLDATA, which is owned by AutoZone, provides automotive repair information and solutions to the professional automotive service industry. Through the new agreement, ASA members qualify for discounts on initialization fees as well as reduced costs on monthly subscription fees.

As part of its mission to provide high-quality information and solutions to automotive service professionals, ALLDATA has direct agreements with OEMs to provide maintenance schedules, recall notices and technical service bulletins, among other features. The ALLDATA subscription also includes ServiceCenter shop management software, integrated parts catalog and electronic parts ordering programs and new customer acquisition and retention tools.

ASA members interested in participating should contact ALLDATA at (800) 697-2533 or the ASA membership department at (800) 272-7467, ext. 295. ASA members currently using the ALLDATA system should contact ALLDATA account services at (800) 859-3282 to inquire about ASA pricing.

For more information about ASA, visit: www.asashop.org.

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