Petition Calling On Congress To Guarantee Consumers Access And Control Over Data Generated By Their Own Cars Reaches 15,000 Signatures
A petition created by the national education and advocacy campaign Your Car. Your Data. Your Choice. reached 15,000 petition signatures on Friday, Nov. 22, marking a significant milestone in the effort to ensure drivers have direct access to and control of their car data.
The Data Innovation Center will have Auto Care Association staff and subject matter experts present to provide attendees with live demonstrations of its newest technical solution products, including UniLink, Demand Index and the Industry Standards.
The Emerging Technologies booth will feature three informational kiosks highlighting vehicle technology progression, what the latest technological developments mean for the consumer and what the aftermarket industry is doing about it today.
Summer driving season is upon us, which means at one moment you’re driving down the highway, the next you’re slamming on your brakes when you hit traffic. You trust yourself to stop, but do you trust the person behind you?
During the summit, Auto Care members from across the country will meet with their members of Congress to discuss the independent aftermarket and its most critical policy priorities, including the right to access vehicle data.
According to a report in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, supporters of the initiative petition say it would “update” a state law that requires car manufacturers to share diagnostic and repair information with vehicle owners and independent repair shops.
Parts Plus Top Fuel Dragster Generates Awareness, Signatures For Auto Care Association’s Data-Access Petition
The Auto Care Association’s “Your Car. Your Data. Your Choice.” campaign was a major sponsor of the Clay Millican-driven Parts Plus Top Fuel dragster for the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals in Bristol, Tennessee.
The Auto Care Association released the newest edition of its online publication, the Auto Care Factbook 2020 and the Auto Care Factbook Plus Lang Annual 2020.
Auto Care Association Director of State Affairs Tom Tucker addressed nearly 400 Alliance members and channel partners at the Sheraton New Orleans on June 4, to discuss the industry’s political status.
Auto Care Association President And CEO Bill Hanvey Addresses Data Privacy In New York Times Op-Ed Piece
Hanvey’s commentary published recently by The New York Times explores vehicle data collection and consumer privacy.
Next Step offers young industry professionals the unique opportunity to develop lasting involvement in the auto care industry by experiencing and participating in Auto Care Association’s Spring Leadership Days.
AASA, Auto Care Association Leaders To Address Freedom Of Choice And Data Access At 2019 Vision Conference
The two association executives will address the path to preserving motorists’ right to choose their vehicle’s service provider and replacement parts.