NASTF Preparing To Launch New Website

NASTF Preparing To Launch New Website

With the new launch, all NASTF users will be required to set up a free account.

The new and improved will be launching in a few weeks. Whether you are a long time National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) member or a brand new user, the customizable platform will ensure that you’re receiving timely, customized information to best suit your business’ needs.

With the new launch, all NASTF users will be required to set up a free account. The instructions will vary slightly depending on whether you’re an existing member with an account on the old platform, a NASTF user with no account or a Vehicle Security Professional.

  • Existing Members with a NASTF Account: On Nov. 23, new login instructions will be sent to the email you used to sign up originally.
  • NASTF Users without an Account: If you’ve used the NASTF site in the past, but haven’t set up an account, you will need to do so to access the site content following the launch.
  • Vehicle Security Professionals: If you’re registered with NASTF’s VSP program, your credentials will allow you to access the new site. Your account will be migrated automatically and requires no additional action on your part.

Please note, your new NASTF account will not allow access to the Secure Data Release Model (SDRM). SDRM is exclusive to registered VSPs.

If you have any questions leading up to the website launch, feel free to get in touch with NASTF’s support team at [email protected].

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