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Sometimes, going back-to-basics can make the difference between a quality repair and a failed repair. When repairing and refinishing electric vehicles (EVs), unintentional damage to the battery can be avoided by taking the proper steps including researching the paint maker technical data sheets (TDS) for optimal clearcoat baking requirements and...
Vehicle telematics systems are nothing new in the automotive industry. They consist of an onboard device which communicates from the vehicle to a third party such as a dispatch service. The original idea was created prior to everyone having supercomputers in their pockets.   Those fancy phones in our pocket have...
AIA Canada is proud to announce the appointment of Alexandre Lajeunesse as Second Vice-President of the Quebec Division Executive Committee.  Alexandre Lajeunesse, Director of Operations, PME Guru Alexandre has been involved in the auto care industry for 22 years. He began his young career with dealers and then continued in...
While vehicle owners—electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid vehicles, and non-electric vehicles—want their vehicles to last as long as possible, research shows that the way they go about it varies greatly.   Based on the Electric vehicle maintenance and repair: the Canadian owner’s perspective report which included a survey of 2,000 people,...
The Canadian automotive industry thrives on the power of people and real conversations, even when it means looking at the challenges that need to be faced head on.  Shannon Spano, Automotive Industries Association of Canada’s (AIA Canada) Board of Directors Chair, has experience leading change and provided valuable insights into...

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