Motor Information Systems
FOUNDING PARTNERS (2006)
The National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) is a cooperative effort among the automotive service industry, the equipment and tool industry and automobile manufacturers (OEMs) to ensure that automotive service professionals employed outside the OEMs franchise system have the information, training, and tools needed to properly diagnose and repair today's high tech vehicles.
VIDEO: Access to Service & Programming Information from Vehicle OEMs (5 min) Download MP4 or Get embed code
NASTF was established in the fall of 2000 as a national successor to a pilot program in Arizona during 1999 and 2000. In the Arizona pilot program, these groups learned that they shared the common objective of ensuring swift and proper repair of customer vehicles, and that the best way to improve current information gaps was to work constructively to improve delivery systems. Today's rapidly advancing and changing technologies compound the information problems that automotive service professionals face; however, the Internet and other technology advancements offer opportunities today to address these problems.
NASTF Board of Directors
John Cabaniss: To Serve & Repair (An Interview with this NASTF founding member)