Federal Judge Delays Right To Repair Ruling … Again
The judge previously stated that he would issue a final judgment no later than July 2.
US Aftermarket Sales Expected To Jump 8.5% In 2022
Sales are expected to hit $356.5 billion this year.
Ticket Or Fix It: Advance Partners With Sheriff’s Office
The Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office announced a unique program aiming to improve vehicle safety.
Massachusetts Right to Repair Ruling Delayed Again
The judge previously stated that he would issue a final judgment no later than April 15, 2022.
Continental Recognized For Commitment To Sustainability
Continental was awarded the highest grade as a global leader in reducing emissions in the supply chain.
Ohio Republican Co-Sponsoring REPAIR Act
U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson joins U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush as co-sponsor of the bipartisan bill.
Mighty Auto Parts Announces New Hires To Support Growth
Mighty’s newest team members, Sunny Muehlberger, Elvia Vega and Kyle Brown, further strengthen the company’s service offerings.
Chicago Newscast Airs Segment On Auto Parts Supply Crunch
AASA CEO Paul McCarthy is featured in the Feb. 16 broadcast.
AutoZone To Build New Distribution Center In Virginia
The 800,000-square-foot DC and import facility will serve as AutoZone’s East Coast distribution hub.
Illinois Congressman Introduces REPAIR Act
Passage of the bill would be a monumental victory for the automotive aftermarket.
Nominations Now Open For 2022 ‘Women At The Wheel’
The May AMN/Counterman cover story will profile some of today’s top female aftermarket professionals sparking change.