The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation (ASCEF) has just announced some exciting new changes to the Cars for Careers vehicle donation program administration. Following is a message from ASCEF Chair, Mary Kemnitz, that explains the changes.
AB 1274 (smog check) Update: Hearing Rescheduled to August 21, 2017
On July 5, AB 1274 passed out of the Senate Environmental Quality Committee and is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday, August 21. Please write and call the
Senate Appropriations Committee members urging they vote "NO" on AB 1274.
AB 1274 is anti-consumer; anti-environment; anti-worker and anti-small business. The bill will extend the exemption for performing vehicle smog check inspection from 6 years to 8 years.
REQUEST:We need your help now! Voice your concerns to fight this unfair bill that hurts consumers, small businesses and the environment. Contact the Senate Appropriations Committee members along with your representative and explain in your own words how this bill will hurt your business.
ASCCA Partners with Educational Seminars Institute (ESi) Again to Bring You
Special Course Offerings in 2017!
Seminar courses are normally $149.95. ASCCA members pay only $95 per attendee -- a savings of almost $55 per class! Service writer courses are normally $1,500. ASCCA members pay only $950 per attendee!
Featured Remarkable Results Radio Podcast: Dwayne Myers from Dynamic Automotive
Dwayne Myers is co-owner of Dynamic Automotive in Frederick County, MD, along with his partners Jose Bueso and Lee Foreman. This management team has graced the podcast in the earlier days. They shared their partnership story in episode 2, 3 and 4.
Dwayne was one of 17 outstanding individuals who received the World Class Technician recognition in 2017 from the Auto Care Association and ASE. Bill Hanvey, president and CEO of Auto Care Association said, "Passing 22 ASE tests is a monumental achievement requiring exceptional knowledge and skills."