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The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association is claiming that next month’s Autocare convention in Brisbane will assemble the “largest collection of leading experts ever assembled in Australia” to provide training and education on topics that matter to automotive repairers.   A number of sessions will cover the hot subject of electrified vehicles, including one entitled ‘HEV/BEV Safety, Continue reading Training on EV Service and Repair Fundamentals at Autocare Brisbane

With an estimated skills shortage of 30,000 automotive technicians in Australia, this year’s Autocare training and networking event will reveal new techniques to recruit and retain skilled employees. A dedicated Autocare workshop session titled ‘The Race to Find and Keep Top Talent in Your Workshop’ promises to use real world, workable solutions, combined with the Continue reading Autocare Brisbane to present new ideas for finding and keeping technicians

Kicking off the 2023 Autocare aftermarket training and networking event in Brisbane this June will be a session titled ‘The Automotive Aftermarket – 2023 And Beyond’ that promises to provide a “fascinating and inspiring overview of global and industry trends, what they mean for your business now and into the future”. The education-led automotive convention Continue reading Eye on the future at 2023 Autocare event

The Auto Innovation Centre (AIC) has been awarded a grant from the Victorian Government’s Zero Emission Vehicles Commercial Sector Innovation Fund to help it become a new Zero and Low Emission Vehicle (ZLEV) hub, supporting the vehicle evolution within the aftermarket manufacturing, service, repair and modification sectors.  The grant will help the AIC to break down Continue reading AIC gets funding to prepare for electrified vehicle modifications and customisation

The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association’s (AAAA) director of government relations and advocacy, Lesley Yates, will deliver a well-timed seminar at Wire & Gas 2022 about the mandatory repair information sharing law that will come into effect on July 1 next year – shortly before VASA’s flagship conference takes place. Lesley will talk about the unique Continue reading Repair info sharing law seminar confirmed for W&G as AASRA holds inaugural board meeting

The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association has released information about the 225 square-metre Workshop of the Future Pavilion that is sure to be a highlight of the 2022 Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo for visiting VASA members. Fully enclosed with a layout replicating a futuristic workshop, the pavilion will bring together state-of-the-art equipment and technology with regular Continue reading Workshop of the Future Pavilion at Aftermarket Expo shaping up as a must-see attraction

The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) has opened a new Auto Innovation Centre in Adelaide. Its new technical facility offers a wide array of engineering services and testing technologies to the automotive aftermarket, which will help companies accelerate the development of new products and bolster the industry. “This facility, in addition to the Melbourne AIC Continue reading Adelaide gets new Auto Innovation Centre

Repair info sharing is law

The Australian Senate has passed the Motor Vehicle Service and Repair Information Sharing Scheme Bill, which will, from July 1 next year, make it illegal for manufacturers to withhold information from qualified independent mechanics. Expected to help keep the cost of replacement parts, vehicle maintenance and repair affordable, the law has been welcomed by some automotive Continue reading Repair info sharing becomes law