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When the CV joint on your used car finally breaks, your first thought isn’t how data science and optimized supply chain figure into that repair. But they do, by ensuring that part is readily available and affordable, as the calculus of pouring money into used cars is emotional.
Consumers in the United States are less satisfied with aftermarket service providers, a new J.D. Power study finds. In a news release, the company said its 2023 U.S. Aftermarket Service Index (ASI) Study, which was released May 2, shows that overall consumer satisfaction declined year-over-year in the three segments the study is based on. Those segments, which consider a 1,000-point scale, are: quick oil change (-18 points), full-service maintenance and repair (-7), and tire replacement (-6).
With prices of many consumer goods rising considerably over the past 18 months, there are signs the willingness to purchase sustainable products has decreased. What does this mean for the auto industry and aftermarket lubricants?
The Auto Care Association announced the formation of a new advisory committee that focuses on environmental sustainability in the auto care industry.
myTVS partners with Oracle to enhance its unique digital business model for the automotive aftermarket industry
myTVS, a digital business model in the automotive aftermarket industry, has been making waves with its innovative approach to delivering services to customers, retailers, and garages.
CarMD Releases Vehicle Health Index Check Engine Lights Most For Catalytic Convertor, Oxygen Sensor & Ignition Coils
CarMD.com Corporation, a leading provider of automotive diagnostic data, today released its 2023 CarMD® Vehicle Health Index, an annual study of check engine light-related car repair trends.
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