The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) and the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association (AWDA) are now offering young industry professionals a chance to experience first-hand how the Auto Care Association and the auto care industry work through participation in the Next Step program.
The lawsuit claims certain manufacturers conspired to raise, fix, maintain, and stabilize prices, rig bids, and allocate the supply of ignition coils sold in the U.S., in violation of federal antitrust laws.
Despite South Korea’s tariff-free status, automakers aren’t flocking there due to the country’s tough labor unions that are known for striking, as well as benefits of avoiding tariffs not outweighing the associated costs of moving there.
The lawsuit alleges the company advertises and sells vehicle service and repair contracts to thousands of consumers in multiple states from a virtual office in Exton, Pa., but refuses to honor the contracts it sells and, after accepting payment from consumers, refuses to cover the necessary repairs promised under contract.
The new Auto Repair Center is designed to advise vehicle owners on repair pricing and other service-related information in three main categories—recalls, maintenance and repairs—and has driven new and existing customers to schedule dealership service appointments directly online.