Finding a good auto repair facility is always a concern, especially when the unexpected happens. One important thing to remember is to look for ASE Certification. Once inside, most establishments proudly display the ASE certificates earned by their technicians in their office or waiting room. ASE has years of experience helping the automotive industry verify the skills and knowledge of the technicians working at dealerships, independent repair shops, collision shops, franchises, fleets, and more.
BBBs gather and report information on business reliability, alert the public to frauds against consumers and businesses, provide information on ethical business practices, and act as mutually trusted intermediaries between consumers and businesses to resolve disputes. News media frequently turn to the CBBB and local BBBs as expert sources of news about scams and consumer issues.
The International Automotive Technicians Network is the largest network of automotive repair professionals in the world: a group of 80,459 from theUnited States, Canada and 162 other countries. The members of this group exchange technical knowledge with their peers around the globe, sharing over 1.9 million years of experience.
The purpose of ATRA (Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association) is to maintain the highest standards in the repair industry for work quality, customer service and business success. We provide the training, resources, information and advocacy to elevate the transmission repair industry; uniting the public’s automotive service needs with our member’s business goals, knowing that quality work, fair pricing, and visibility to the community constitutes a mutual benefit.