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His professional memberships include the National Automotive Service Task Force, Equipment & Tool Institute, Motorcycle Industry Council and Automotive Service Association, among others.
A 2002 agreement between auto manufacturers and the Automotive Service Association provides "information equity" to independent shops.
Bill Filley, co-owner of B & G Automotive and Electric in Eugene, has been re-elected as mechanical division director of the national Automotive Service Association.
Those from the BBB, Automotive Service Association (ASA) and, for crash repair, Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) indicate repair shops that are probably professional, responsible businesses in the community.
Independent neighborhood automotive repair shops rated higher than other service outlets in five out of seven categories in a study commissioned by the Yellow Pages Publishers Association for the Automotive Service Association.
Auto repair shops perform an estimated 70 percent of repairs for out-of-warranty vehicles, according to the Automotive Service Association (ASA).
According to a 2009 survey by the Automotive Service Association, approximately 60 percent of the independent mechanics responding to the survey reported that repairs were up last year over the previous year.