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28th September, 2017 · Technology 3d scanner to improve tyre safety
A Finnish tyre manufacturer has developed new 3D scanning technology to help drivers easily assess the safety of their tyres. A study of the safety-related aspects of tyre use showed that 25 percent of tyre-related...
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7th March, 2016 · Fixed Operations The battle for vehicle-generated data
We live in the Information Age. Anyone with a passing association with marketing will be aware of the ‘D-word’: data. The battle for who owns the data generated by vehicles shapes as one of the...
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7th March, 2016 · Training Australian school – based apprentice of the year says genuine is best
Australian School-based Apprentice of the Year, motorcycle technician, Brenden Williamson, has endorsed the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries’ (FCAI) ‘Genuine is Best’ initiative which highlights the safety, performance and durability benefits delivered by genuine replacement...
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22nd December, 2015 · Fixed Operations Counterfeit crackdown leads to recall
A crackdown on counterfeit parts has led to an unprecedented recall of bogus brake pads that contain asbestos. The brake pads – which are supplied in what appears to be genuine Toyota packaging and are...
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22nd September, 2015 · Fixed Operations Motoring Legend Mark Skaife gets behind Genuine is Best
Efforts to increase consumer awareness of the importance of genuine parts have been boosted with the recruitment of motor racing legend Mark Skaife to the cause. The five-time Australian Touring Car champion and six-time Bathurst...
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22nd September, 2015 · Fixed Operations Toyota takes on independents for selling fake parts
Sources say imitations of other brands’ parts also possible Counterfeit parts are shaping as the next big issue to confront the car industry. Customs officers say the counterfeiters are becoming so sophisticated that even car...
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