ALLIANCE OF AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE PROVIDERS
What We Do
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Pennsylvania (AASP-PA) is a state association supporting its members across Pennsylvania.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Pennsylvania (AASP-PA) is a state association supporting its members across the state of Pennsylvania. Our membership is comprised of mechanical, collision, and towing shop owners, educators and others associated with the automotive industry.
As an alliance, we turn individual voices into a collective whole. We gain buying power, a bigger presence for legislative decisions, and the ability to share innovative ideas with each other you may not be able to accomplish otherwise. The Alliance was formed for the betterment and collective power of small businesses.
Additionally, we are affiliated with the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers (AASP), our national association. The AASP works to strengthen our industry by forging strategic alliances and monitoring federal legislation and regulations. In these footsteps, AASP-PA works to do the same for the Keystone state.
AASP-PA has three divisions: Mechanical, Collision, and Towing. Each division has its own directors and officers, holds its own meetings, and serves as advocates for their area of expertise in the automotive repair industry.
While we are located in central Pennsylvania, we are able to provide personal support and contract via our office staff and dedicated board members.
AASP-PA hosts numerous events throughout the year, including seminars, social outings, an annual training weekend (TOOLS), and delegate meetings. All events are open to members and non-members alike. In fact, those unfamiliar with AASP-PA are encouraged to attend. Click here to find a current schedule of AASP-PA events. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Parts Supply Concerns
February 16, 2022
In recent years there have been struggles with product shortages and delays, mainly due to international tariffs. But with the addition of COVID-19 and the associated effects, such as blocked ports and production facility shutdowns we have a whole new type of crisis. When the world first shut down at the beginning of 2020, many […]read more
Ignoring your female c...
If you’re in the automotive industry, from owner to shop manager, it’s important to understand and evaluate your customer base. When I talk to many players in the business, It’s surprising, yet maybe not surprising how little attention is paid to female customers as a whole. This is an unfortunate situation for all involved. […]read more
Federal Repair Act Int...
In other Legislative News, the following Press Release was issued on February 3, 2022. Rush Introduces REPAIR Act to Ensure Equal Access to Auto Repair Data for Independent Repair Shops and Preserve Consumer Choice 70% of vehicles in the U.S. are maintained by independent auto shops, which are increasingly locked out from accessing vital repair […]read more