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ASE Begins to Resume Testing

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) will begin to resume testing May 18, 2020 in selected areas of the country with test-center availability and lifted stay-at-home orders

Group Hopes to Become Service Network for Fleets [Commentary]

Approximately two years ago, several owners of independent repair shops — ones not affiliated with a specific manufacturer — felt the need to band together to form a group that would allow them to better promote their business interests while also providing a more consistent service experience for fleets.

Electric Trucks, Reman Among Truck Aftermarket Issues to Watch

While there have been many changes in the trucking industry, one thing has not changed, according to Rich Ferguson, managing director, Ferguson Partners LLC. “Trucking customers still strive for efficiency. This has not charged," he said during a presentation at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week in Dallas, Texas.

Maintaining Trailer Electrical Systems

There's technology on the horizon that will improve trailer electrical system performance, but in the meantime, basic electrical maintenance, done right, will see you through.