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Advancing Vehicle Technology: Friend or foe?

In this, the final article in a seven-part series sponsored by Chevron, reporter Jacob Stoller looks at how shop owners should view the disruptive technology on the horizon of the automotive industry. The short answer is it’s not all that bad! By Jacob Stoller

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AAPEX still offering access to virtual training until Dec. 5

The Virtual AAPEX Experience is offering its training content at no cost to automotive aftermarket professionals until Dec. 5, even if they didn’t register and attend the experience in early November. New users should sign up for on demand access

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Online Learning: The changing face of training

By Allan Janssen California-based technical trainer Mike Cleary was all set to come to Vancouver for a Powerstroke Diesel class in the last week of March. The technical class had been scheduled for months, and a good turnout was expected.

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Light vehicle sales likely to increase 10% in 2021, study finds

TrueCar, Inc. projects 16 million new light vehicle sales for 2021, an increase of 10 per cent from the previous year. Retail sales are expected to reach 13.9 million, representing an increase of 9.6 per cent from 2020. “The year

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Report finds driver confusion over vehicle data

  Nearly three-quarters of Canadian consumers believe they should own the data their vehicles produce, according to a survey commissioned by the Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA). Some 74% of 2,061 survey respondents believe they’re the rightful owners of

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Here’s why product knowledge training is crucial to employee success

Training, training, training! We all talk about it, and we all say we have a training plan that provides our employees with all the training they need to do their jobs safely and efficiently. It’s a necessary cost of doing

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Light vehicle sales likely to increase 10% in 2021, study finds

TrueCar, Inc. projects 16 million new light vehicle sales for 2021, an increase of 10 per cent from the previous year. Retail sales are expected to reach 13.9 million, representing an increase of 9.6 per cent from 2020. “The year

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