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Report: BEVs to Comprise 35% of US Light-Vehicle Sales by 2030

BEV sales are projected to account for 9% of total U.S. light-vehicles sales in 2023.

Auto Care Data Standards Gain Momentum in Columbia

Mercado Libre and Imotriz announced their adoption of the association’s data standards for their Colombian marketplaces.

Auto Care Association Recognizes Industry Leaders

The association presented the Impact Awards, ACE Awards and the Mort Schwartz Excellence in Education award.

Bill Hanvey: Now’s the Time to Support Right to Repair

Hanvey details how “you and your company can take part in the most important battle our industry has ever faced.”

Right to Repair: NHTSA Open to Short-Range Wireless Protocol

If the proposal sees the light of day, it would limit the scope of the Massachusetts data-access law.

Auto Care Adds Jennifer Keaton to Lead Government Affairs

Keaton’s role is critical in ensuring the management of state legislation and regulations impacting the auto care industry.

ACPN Launches Annual Sponsorship Program

The program will allow companies to show their support of the ACPN community and the educational advancement of content professionals across the industry.

July Is Right to Repair Awareness Month

The Auto Care association is sharing six ways that aftermarket professionals can take action.

Auto Care Weighing Response to NHTSA Right to Repair Letter

NHTSA asserted that the Massachusetts law “conflicts with and therefore is preempted by” federal law.

ACPN Announces 2023 Content Excellence Award Winners

ACPN, a community of the Auto Care Association, announced the winners at its annual Knowledge Exchange Conference.

Automotive Aftermarket Outperforms Expectations in 2022

The 2023 Joint Channel Forecast report provides valuable insights and strategic guidance for the automotive aftermarket.

Judge Denies 11th-Hour Bid to Thwart Mass. Right to Repair Law

The automakers had asked the judge for a temporary restraining order to block enforcement of the law.