The National Apprenticeship Act, H.R. 8294, will now move to the United States Senate for debate and vote.
Originally scheduled for May and rescheduled for August, ASA’s ABM is now scheduled to be held online – for members only – on Oct. 9.
ASA is continuing to work to ensure that a Cash for Clunkers program is not included in the next round of stimulus legislation.
The free one-hour, online Virtual Industry Professional Forum will be held at Noon EST on Wednesday, May 6.
Regular safety inspections by a qualified tech can identify most safety issues, according to ASA.
ASA issues statement opposing the bills which would kill an important program, the association says.
The legislation would have exempted vehicles eight years and newer from the emissions I/M program.
Johnson is responsible for managing Mitchell 1’s portfolio of products for the car care industry.
Four Republican Pennsylvania senators, Sens. Judith Ward, Elder Vogel, Patrick Stefano and Wayne Langerholc, have introduced a quartet of bills aimed at modifying Pennsylvania’s vehicle emissions and maintenance program.
ASA partnered with MobileSoft, a global leader in mobile application software development, in creating the app. MobileSoft will extend its partnership with ASA, as the association’s newest Sponsored Benefit Provider, to provide ASA member-shops with the ability to build their own apps at special pricing.
ASA chairman thanks former trustees for their service and welcomes those serving new terms.
Opposed by the Automotive Service Association (ASA) and collision shops in Wyoming, the “crash parts” bill – SF0095 – had been on a fast track after garnering quick approval from the Wyoming Senate.