Auto Service World

Topic
Auto Repair & Service

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServicePeople & Profiles

Retiring Bruce Eccles featured in ACDelco profile
December 5, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Since 1983, Bruce Eccles has kept his home town of Dundas, Ont. moving. This year, after 36 years of building a thriving business, with two fully functioning shops and a busy warehouse, the outspoken and beloved shop owner is calling

Jobber_News   Feature Auto Repair & ServiceIndustry Trends

Today’s H.R.: Bringing women into the aftermarket
December 3, 2019 by donalee Moulton

  By donalee Moulton In an era where competition is fierce, talent is scarce, and #MeToo is an international movement, traditional male-dominated companies are looking to attract, retain, and promote more women. That strategy is certainly becoming increasingly common in

CARS_Magazine   Feature Auto Repair & Service

Air Springs doesn’t have to be a dealership job!
December 3, 2019 by Doug Taylor

  By Doug Taylor More and more luxury cars, SUVs, and trucks come with standard or optional air suspension these days. It’s unfortunate, then, that a lot of aftermarket shops consider this kind of work to be out of their

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServiceBusiness Management

Shop coaches come together to promote professionalism
November 25, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Some of the North American aftermarket’s top business consultants have banded together to create awareness about business development and advance industry professionalism. The newly formed Coalition of Automotive Management Professionals (CAMP) said it plans to serve the independent sector of

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Association NewsAuto Repair & ServiceJobbers & WDsLead StorySupplier News & Announcements

Following the MAP: How pricing policies could enhance product value
November 25, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Pricing policies might just be the solution to a margin-challenged supply chain.

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServiceLead StoryVehicle Technology

Air springs doesn’t have to be a dealership job!
November 21, 2019 by Allan Janssen

There’s an opportunity for independent repair shops to profit from air suspension work, rather than sending it to the dealership.

CARS_Magazine   Feature Auto Repair & ServiceLead StoryNews OdditiesVehicle Technology

The More Things Change? Wheels
November 21, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Our latest walk down memory lane takes a look at how the manufacturing and marketing of lifts has changed over the years. September 2019:  Wheels July 2019: Lifts May 2019: Spark Plugs March 2019: Invoicing Systems The more things change?

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServiceSupplier News & AnnouncementsVehicle Technology

Bosch tools certified to access FCA secure gateway module
November 15, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Bosch says its aftermarket diagnostic scan tools are now certified by FCA U.S. to access the Secure Gateway Module (SGW) on many 2018 and newer FCA vehicles. The SGW unlock feature for its lineup of ADS 325 and ADS 625

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServiceJobbers & WDsLead Story

Uni-Select set to launch new auto repair banner program
November 15, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Bumper to Bumper Auto Service is designed to promote customer loyalty, and let service providers to stand out in their communities.

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServiceBusiness launchConsumer trendsOE news

Start-up aims to change how warranties are sold
November 7, 2019 by Allan Janssen

AutoPair Warranty, an auto warranty start-up with a head office in Toronto, has introduced competitive and simple pricing plans for extended car warranties or used car warranties. The company says all warranty plans will be sold at the dealers’ cost,

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServiceContests and Sweepstakes

Gatineau tech wins Ontario ‘Best of Belron’ competition
November 6, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Charles Morin, a technician from Lebeau Vitres d’Autos in Gatineau, took first place in the Ontario regional “Best of Belron” windshield repair competition in Scarborough. The win qualifies him to participate in the national finals in January. The competition, organized

Auto Service World  Cars Magazine  Jobber News   News Auto Repair & ServiceBusiness ManagementLead StoryPeople & Profiles

The true cost of renting
November 5, 2019 by Allan Janssen

Long-term uncertainty dogs some shop owners because they don’t own their building or the land it sits on.