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News   June 2, 2010   by Auto Service World

CARS OnDemand Video Tips Come to and Canadian Automotive Repair and Service (CARS) Network have announced an agreement that will see Canada’s premier aftermarket website carry weekly technical and management video tips based on CARS OnDemand training courses.
“At CARS, we’re very excited to have the opportunity to showcase CARS OnDemand training in conjunction with CARS offers high-quality, accessible online aftermarket training that participants can take 24/7, wherever and whenever they wish,” says Linda Brown, CARS Manager – Industry Relations.
“CARS has a wide selection of cutting-edge technical and management training opportunities. The “mini” video tip format allows industry professionals to get some valuable information in a format delivered similar to how the CARS OnDemand training is presented.”
Video tips began appearing Monday, May 31 at
“When we launched the new-look earlier this year, we also added a lot of capabilities. Video is one of them,” says manager Andrew Ross. “We wanted to ensure that any video information we did offer was of high quality, from a reliable, qualified source, and in a format that can fit into the busy day of today’s industry professionals. The agreement with CARS does all that and more.”
Video tips will be presented at, with a new clip featured each week. Most tips are under two minutes long and are all feature qualified CARS training professionals. Video tips can be viewed at, while the full two-hour courses on which they are based can be accessed at
Canadian Automotive Repair and Service (CARS) Network is a not-for-profit organization and Canada’s leader in automotive repair and service training delivery for our industry.
CARS OnDemand training service currently offers more than 300 courses for technicians, shop owners, jobber managers and personnel covering technical, sales, and workplace training topics. For more information on CARS training, please visit or contact 1-888-224-3834. has been Canada’s premier website for more than 10 years. Site readership from all sectors of the automotive aftermarket, service industry, from distribution to repair, sales representation and manufacturing. It is owned and managed by the publishers of Jobber News Magazine, Canada’s only publication dedicated to the automotive aftermarket distribution segment. It is part of The Automotive Group of the Business Information Group.


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