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September 26, 2017
    

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Automotive Service

Snap-on renovates Hofmann training facility

CONWAY, Ark. – Snap-on Inc. recently renovated its Hofmann training and manufacturing facility in Conway to provide instructional classes to help shop owners and professional service technicians improve performance and productivity with their wheel service equipment.

Automotive Service

Advance Auto contest spotlights ramped up parts availability

ROANOKE, Va. — Advance Professional, a division of Advance Auto Parts Inc. that serves professional repair facilities, is ramping up product availability in key markets across the country.

Automotive Service

OTHER VIEWS: Men can play key role as mentor to women

Many male executives, managers and trainers are uncomfortable with one-on-one mentoring in cross-gender relationships.

Automotive Service

MAHLE offers R134a unit for heavy-duty vehicles

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — MAHLE Service Solutions has introduced the ArcticPRO ACX1180C refrigerant handling system for servicing heavy-duty vehicles that use R134a refrigerant.

Automotive Service

Federal-Mogul expands 'Garage Rewards' to CV technicians

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Federal-Mogul Motorparts has expanded its "Garage Rewards" program to include technicians who work within the commercial vehicle market.

Auto Industry

ASA to host technology forum at AAPEX

LAS VEGAS — The Automotive Aftermarket Parts Expo will host a Technology and Telematics Forum V5.0 on Nov. 2 in Las Vegas to spotlight cyber security, Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication, vehicle data and OE technology.

Automotive Service

ACA announces Impact Award winners

SAN FRANCISCO — The Auto Care Association has announced the 2017 winners of its "Impact Award: Four for the Future."

Factory Fixes

Nissan's a/c woes may have simple fix

The owner of a 2007-12 Altima or 2009-12 Maxima may come into your store with a complaint that the a/c system isn't quite cooling up to snuff.

Dan Marinucci

Extreme weather underscores need for proactive boss

The severe storms striking parts of the nation should remind bosses to take sensible precautions ahead of potentially deadly weather. Simply put, hope for the best weather, but plan for the worst. Here are some suggestions.

New Products

Rotary debuts line of tire changers

FCA adds Rotary tire/wheel service equipment to catalog