The system is proving to be highly successful, and is a testament to the power of cooperation among a diverse group of industry elements whose common goal is to serve the motoring public.
The increasing complexity of vehicles, driven by government regulations and by consumer demand for luxury and convenience features, will likely result in even greater need for industry cooperation. NASTF was born out of that necessity and is poised to evolve accordingly.
NASTF has demonstrated that by working together, the industry can resolve issues related to automotive service information. Anyone who has an interest in being a part of that effort, or in simply keeping abreast of the activities of the organization, is encouraged to visit the website, www.nastf.org or sign up for the NASTF e-news at www.nastfenews.org
This is the 18th school in Illinois to receive accreditation.
Will now be managed by the Automotive Service Association. The SDRM was previously managed by the Associated Locksmiths of America.
The National Automotive Service Task Force Board of Directors has voted to reorganize its governance structure.