Back by popular demand, AASP-MN will host its third “Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems” class this year at Dunwoody College of Technology in Minneapolis, Tuesday, November 13th, from This class will review the new, upcoming federal laws mandating the use of Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems and their ramifications for automotive repair shops.Attendees will receive an overview of the operation of various manufacturers’ systems, including:
How to identify a vehicle with TPMS
Direct and indirect sensors
Reset/activation procedures for sensors and on-board systems
Scan tool applications
Hands-on demonstration of new tire dismount and mounting equipment
AASP-MN is also planning to host, “Secrets Revealed...How to Understand and Reduce the Cost of Credit Card Processing,” Tuesday, December 5th, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., metro-area location to be determined.The course covers:
Visa and MasterCard regulations
Types of credit cards in circulation
How processors price their product
How to avoid chargebacks
In addition to AASP-MN, these educational offerings are supported by the Association’s 2007 Educational Partners:3M Company, AAA Auto Salvage, AKZO Nobel, Alldata, Audatex, Automotive Training Institute, CCC Information Services, CSK Proshop, Dupont Company, Factory Motor Parts, Federated Insurance, Gopher Engines, Hunter Engineering, IDENTIFIX, Keystone Automotive, Luther Parts Express, Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Mitchell, NAPA, OEConnection, Schwarz Williams/Stanton Group, and Waste Management.
For additional information or to register, contact the AASP-MN office at (612) 623-1110 or 800-852-9071 or register online at www.aaspmn.org.