MSO Symposium Set For NACE Automechanika

MSO Symposium Set For NACE Automechanika

Atlanta, Georgia — July 4, 2018 — The MSO Symposium is set to take place in conjunction with the NACE Automechanika Show in Atlanta, GA providing the opportunity to discuss topics influencing our business today. The MSO Symposium, on Thursday, August 9th, is led and attended by experienced, high-growth executives from the leading multi-shop operations […]

Quebec cracks down on distracted drivers

Montreal, Quebec — July 2, 2018 — Quebec drivers should put down their phones or risk facing the province’s wrath, and some new, painful fines. Those caught using cellphones while driving will now recieve tickets of up to $600 and five demerit points. Those with cell-phone related scandals in their past face even more harsh […]

The Auto Aftermarket in an Era of Trump Tariffs

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland introduced the largest retaliatory effort Canada has undertaken on trade in the post-war era

Jeff Sanford   Toronto, Ontario — July 3, 2018 — This past Sunday was a big day for Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland. The minister oversaw the introduction of the largest retaliatory effort Canada has undertaken on trade in the post-war era. That the new tariffs were instituted July 1st, Canada Day, was either a […]

MPI pushes for a 2.2 percent hike

Manitoba public insurance might be on the rise

Winnipeg, Manitoba — June 3, 2018 — Manitoba Public Insurance has proposed premium increases that will cost the average driver about $30 per vehicle per annum — a 2.2 percent hike.    MPI made the request to the Public Utilities Board in June, who are likely to approve it at some point this summer. With […]