Since its founding in 1987, Identifix, Inc. has evolved into the nation’s best source for knowledge on what breaks, which vehicles it breaks on, and how to fix those vehicles correctly. This knowledge is derived from continual analysis of data gathered from nearly 250,000 calls received each year from technicians seeking assistance in diagnosing vehicle repair problems; a staff of 45+ factory certified, ASE master technicians; and the nation’s most comprehensive on-site library of factory vehicle service information.
Used Car Dealers Association of Ontario (UCDA)
The UCDA is a voluntary, not for profit association of Ontario Motor Vehicle dealers who sell used vehicles to the public.
The Association was begun in 1984 with a Mission to enhance the image of the Used Vehicle Industry. It’s goals include to represent the industry to consumers, government and the media; provide industry education programmes to dealers; provide a mediation process for customers and their dealers. Currently the UCDA has over 4400 members who are located in more than 500 Ontario municipalities.
Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council (OMVIC)
OMVIC is responsible for administering Ontario’s Motor Vehicle Dealers Act (MVDA). Their mandate is to maintain a fair, safe and informed marketplace in Ontario by protecting the rights of consumers, enhancing industry professionalism and ensuring fair, honest and open competition for registered motor vehicle dealers.
International Automotive Technicians’ Network (iATN)
The International Automotive Technicians’ Network is the largest network of automotive repair professionals in the world: a group of 72,192 from 160 countries. The members of this group exchange technical knowledge with their peers around the globe, sharing over 1.6 million years of experience.
St. John Ambulance
St. John Ambulance has come together with Transport Canada, Health Canada and other members of the Canadian Child Passenger Safety Coalition to create this exciting certification program.
Car seat safety check results from across Canada indicate that eight out of ten children are not properly secured in motor vehicles today. Police estimate that over 70% of children’s deaths and injuries due to motor vehicle collisions could be prevented if children were restrained properly. The process of using and securing children’s restraint systems in vehicles is much more complicated than generally believed.
Push It To The Limit
All About Imports is sponsoring and participating in this fun Performance Driving Autoslalom Series with Lou running his red handbuilt Lotus Super 7 replica that he built several years ago. The series is comprised of eight (8) events from May to October and gives the competitor a chance to competitively drive his/her car under timed, safe and FUN conditions. The courses will be suited for both small and large sports cars, a different course every event.
These events take place in any weather conditions; rain, snow or SUN.