CAWA is asking members of the auto care industry in California to share instances of new car dealers or manufacturers denying warranty coverage simply due to the use of a non-original equipment part or service | Survey Link.
SACRAMENTO- The Automotive Service Councils of California is proud to announce its most recent corporate sponsorship with Shop-Ware Inc., an innovative company that delivers cutting-edge shop management software.
The shop management software promotes business wellness and maximizes productivity by casting traditional best practices in a paperless, cloud-based applications. Founder Carolyn Coquillette, an ASCCA member and owner of Luscious Garage in San Francisco, is assisted by Chip Keen, former owner of Hansville Repair and founder/developer of Garage Operator.
The ASCCA is pleased to call for nominations for the 7 seats open for the 2017 Board of Directors. Participation on the ASCCA Board of Directors is a unique opportunity for automotive repair professionals to help guide the state's largest organization of independent auto shop owners in shaping the future of the industry and building a stronger industry.
Automotive Services Council of California an Active Player in the Passage of ADA Regulatory Relief
SACRAMENTO- The Automotive Services Council of California today thanked Governor Brown for signing into law commonsense ADA reform measures that will reduce the number of frivolous lawsuits that hurt California’s small businesses.
SACRAMENTO – The Automotive Service Councils of California today announced that Kate Hicks has joined their association’s growing communications team as the new creative writer and publications manager. She will be replacing Matthew Peralta, who was recently promoted to Deputy Executive Director.
ASCCA Members to Participate in ETI ToolTech 2016 Panel Discussion
SACRAMENTO – The Automotive Services Council of California (ASCCA) today announced that some of its members will participate in a panel discussion at Equipment and Tool Institute’s (ETI) 2016 annual ToolTech conference, April 25-28 in Monterey, California.
ASCCA Advocacy Fund and ASC Educational Foundation Benefit From Generous Donations at ASCCA Team Weekend
SACRAMENTO – The Automotive Services Council of California (ASCCA) today announced that ASCCA Chapter 24 and the California Automotive Teachers Association (CAT) have both made generous donations, totaling $1,600 dollars, to ASCCA’s Advocacy Fund and the ASC Educational Foundation during ASCCA’s Team Weekend meeting in Sacramento.
This year, California voters will be tasked with answering an important question—should California’s minimum wage be increased to $15 an hour? Debate over increasing the minimum wage has been going on for years, but this will be the first time that voters will be able to weigh in, after a proposed ballot initiative received enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot.