Auto Glass Safety Council™ to Host ADAS Recalibration Educational Event

Auto Glass Safety Council to Host ADAS Recalibration Educational Event for New England Region Members and Potential Members Welcome

Please join the Auto Glass Safety Council™ and presenter Jonathan Dickerman at this informative session about Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) Recalibration.

ADAS creates challenges and opportunities for auto glass owners and technicians, and this is the time to get answers to any questions and view a live static recalibration demonstration. This is one networking opportunity that you don’t want to miss!

When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Where: Sullivan Tire and Auto Service

36 George Leven Dr

North Attleborough, MA 02760

Space is limited, so please register in advance by clicking here. Food and drinks will be provided.

Jonathan Dickerman, advanced mobile diagnostic technician at Sullivan Tire and Auto Service, will lead a static recalibration and share his expertise with attendees.

Dickerman is a leader in calibration and recently shared his knowledge as an expert panelist discussing recalibration at Auto Glass Week™ 2019 in Indianapolis. He is a certified ASE/ACA World Class Technician and has been in the automotive repair industry for 17 years, with seven of those years as the mobile diagnostic technician.

Peter Brown, president of Tiny and Sons Auto Glass of Pembroke, Massachusetts and Auto Glass Safety Council marketing chairman, believes there’s a need for education and to understand the various options available to auto glass professionals.

“At Auto Glass Week, we heard a lot about the various business models for recalibration,” said Brown. “Jonathan and the rest of the panelists laid out what it takes to best serve their clients. I’m excited to bring Jon’s expertise to the CSR’s and business owners in Massachusetts,” stated Brown.

Learn More About the Auto Glass Safety Council™

Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) has addressed and educated the auto glass industry on important safety items for more than two decades. Primarily a volunteer run organization, the AGSC volunteers work on behalf of the industry and maintain and enhance the industry standard for safe auto glass replacement. You can read the following resources for additional information.

Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standard (AGRSS)

Auto Glass Safety Council Anti-Trust Policy

For more info visit the AGSC website here.

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