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iATN Exceeds 75,000 Members Worldwide

The International Automotive Technicians' Network (iATN) officially exceeded 75,000 active members in mid-October, setting a new membership record for the organization. Members are located in 156 countries and collectively they share 1.7 million years of experience on iATN.

The International Automotive Technicians’ Network (iATN) officially exceeded 75,000 active members in mid-October, setting a new membership record for the organization. Members are located in 156 countries and collectively they share 1.7 million years of experience on iATN.

“With 75,000 active members, there’s a tremendous amount of knowledge being exchanged on the network, and as a result, iATN members advance their industry awareness and experience levels enabling them to provide the highest level of service,” said Scott Brown, iATN president.

The 75,000th member to join iATN is Certified Class A Technician Rod Tooley, Suter’s Auto, Aurora, Ontario, Canada. Suter’s Auto is a four-bay Volvo specialty shop with five technicians. Tooley specializes in brake and front-end repairs.

iATN was founded in 1995 and is the largest online community of automotive technicians, repair shop owners and other allied service professionals in the world.

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