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ACDelco Professional Service Center

The ACDelco Professional Service Center Program helps shops grow their business by offering discounts on everything from parts and new cars to uniforms and training. The more ACDelco parts shops purchase, the higher level of support and services ACDelco offers.

American Automobile Association (AAA)

The American Automobile Association (AAA) offers a wide array of automobile, travel, insurance, and financial services and is the largest provider of emergency road services in the world. Founded in 1900, AAA is a not-for-profit, fully tax-paying federation of fifty-seven motor clubs serving more than 52 million members throughout the U.S.

Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA)

The AAIA is a not-for-profit trade association for the automotive aftermarket that represents suppliers, distributors, retailers, service providers, educators, and publishers. Its 23,000 members manufacture, distribute, sell, and install vehicle parts, tools, accessories, equipment, materials, supplies, and services. AAIA was founded in 1999.

Alliance of Automotive Service Providers (AASP)

Founded in 1999, AASP is a national association that represents the automotive service industry. AASP works to strengthen its regional affiliates by promoting common business interests, forging alliances, and monitoring federal legislation and regulations.

American Service Association (ASA)

Founded in 1951, the Automotive Service Association of America advances professionalism and excellence in the automotive repair industry through education, representation, and member services.

Automotive Service Councils of California (ASCCA)

ASCCA represents thousands of automotive service professionals in California. Its purpose is to elevate and unite automotive professionals, and give them voice in a way that promotes integrity, compassion, individuality, and continuous self-improvement.

National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) works to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service by testing and certifying automotive professionals. Today, more than 350,000 professionals hold ASE certifications, and work in every part of the automotive service industry. This nationwide organization was founded in 1972.

Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA)

Founded in 1954, the ATRA is an international trade association for the professional automatic transmission repair industry. Located in Oxnard, California, ATRA has over 2000 members worldwide who consist of repair specialists, students, schools, and suppliers.

Bosch Service Network

The Bosch Service network is a collection of the top independent repair centers, servicing gasoline, diesel, and hybrid-driven vehicles. Bosch Service centers receive quality parts, diagnostic and wheel service equipment, and training from Bosch, the largest original-equipment parts manufacturer in the world.

Certified Auto Repair

Certified Auto Repair embodies a standard of quality held by a nationwide network of over 3200 auto repair facilities that includes integrity, qualifications, and expertise.

Gold Shield Program

The Gold Shield Program is only in California. It is designed to make the Smog Check Program more convenient for consumers by allowing a licensed Smog Station that meets higher performance standards to provide a variety of inspection and repair services.

International Automotive Technicians Network (iATN)

IATN is an Internet based communication, networking, and information resource for automotive technicians and repair shop owners. Its members exchange technical knowledge with their peers around the globe.

Identifix

Identifix is one of the best resources for knowledge on what breaks, what vehicle it breaks on, and how to fix the vehicle correctly. Products and services include Identifix-Direct Hit and the Repair Hotline.

NAPA Auto Care Center

Founded in 1925, NAPA was created to meet America’s growing need for an effective auto parts distribution system. NAPA has 6,000 Auto Parts stores, 69 Distribution Centers, 13,000 affiliated NAPA AutoCare repair facilities, over 320,000 parts in inventory every day, and ASE-Certified Parts Professionals.

TECH-NET

TECH-NET Professional Auto Service began as a unique business association powered by CARQUEST Auto Parts in 1997. TECH-NET provides independently-owned service centers with real world solutions to help market their repair shops and service their customer's vehicles.

WorldPac

WorldPac provides same-day delivery service to most major metropolitan areas, which helps to increase technician productivity while decreasing shop inventory levels. The faster the shop can get the part, the quicker you'll be back on the road.

 

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