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The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Pennsylvania (AASP-PA) is a state association supporting its members across Pennsylvania. These members are collision, towing and repair shop owners, technicians, students and others associated with the industry.

Membership in AASP-PA offers a range of benefits, from health insurance to legislative representation at a state and national level.

Additionally, we are affiliated with the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers (AASP) , our national association. The AASP works to strengthen our industry by forging strategic alliances and monitoring federal legislation and regulations. In these footsteps, AASP-PA works to do the same for the Keystone state.

AASP-PA has three divisions: Mechanical, Collision and Towing. Each division has its own directors and officers, holds its own meetings, and serves as advocates for their area of expertise in the automotive repair industry.

While we are centrally located in the state capital of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, we are able to provide personal support and contact via our field directors, office staff and our numerous chapters across the state.

AASP-PA hosts numerous events throughout the year, including seminars, sporting clay shoots, annual training weekend (Shop Survival Summit) and quarterly meetings of the AASP-PA House of Delegates. All events are open to members and non-members alike, and in fact, those unfamiliar with AASP-PA are encouraged to attend. Click here to find a current schedule of AASP-PA events. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Thu07 January Chapter 17 Meeting

Presenter Jeff Walter, AASP-PA Executive Director "PA Safety Inspection & Emissions Compliance Issues" Jeff is a certified instructor for PA Safety/Emissions Inspection and is heavily involved with issues regarding the automotive industry including legislative issues at the state and national lev... read more

Wed06 January Chapter 23 Meeting

MACS-Mobile Air Conditioning Society Air Conditioning Certification-Section 609 (Refrigerant Handling License) This is an opportunity for anyone who is not certified to get certified of for anyone that is currently certified to update their credentials to reflect certification on the new refrigerant. Blind Hartm... read more

Mon22 August OH NO! My Emissions Certification is Expiring the End of this Month!

This is a phrase we hear at the office from Emission Inspectors across the state. As of September 1st, there will no longer be a six month grace period to renew your emission license. If you wait until the last minute to schedule your class, there is a good chance you won’t be able to find the class you need in time! &nb... READ ARTICLE

Tue15 September Proof Safety Inspection Works

Pennsylvania is considered to have one of the most intensive safety inspection programs in the country. However, due to the common misperception that the program has little or no value to society or consumers, some legislators in the state feel the safety inspection process is no longer necessary. Added to the perception are some government... READ ARTICLE

Mon08 June Fee Adjustment for Certificates of Inspection

FEE ADJUSTMENT FOR CERTIFICATES OF INSPECTION Act 89, which became law on November 25, 2013, amends many sections of Title 75, including biennial adjustments to numerous fees based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Act 89 represents an investment in Pennsylvania's future, increasing public safety, and driving commerce, crea... READ ARTICLE

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