The Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) has entered phase two of urgent response to aftermarket families affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria, deadly wildfires, and looming tropical storm Ophelia
Tire dealer Carl Riley, owner of Rim Pros in Lafayette, La., has launched a campaign in his area, offering discounts for services in return for supplies to help people still struggling after the wrath of Hurricane Harvey.
IHS Markit’s automotive analysts have developed an overview of what Hurricane Harvey can mean to the automotive industry in Texas. The report said mainly the Houston, Texas, area and the sales in that region would be affected.
Bartec has announced a TPMS loaner tool program for customers affected by Hurricane Harvey and the aftermath. Any current Bartec tool users that have a damaged or lost TPMS tool can get free use of a loaner TPMS tool by contacting Bartec’s customer service at 855- 684-8767.
The Auto Care Association has made a $10,000 donation to the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) to help auto care industry members affected by Hurricane Harvey.