Date posted: March 24, 2014
March 24, 2014
The Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association (AMRA), today announced the release of its new and dramatically improved www.amra.org web site. AMRA is a not for profit industry association dedicated to providing inspection and communication standards for the automotive repair industry.
AMRA’s Motorist Assurance Program (MAP) helps strengthen the relationship between the motorist and the automotive maintenance and repair service industry. “Our new website has been totally re-designed, providing a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout,” said Barry Soltz, AMRA President. Created with the user experience firmly in mind, the website is designed using the latest technology so the site is compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices, allowing AMRA members to view and download documents, videos and valuable AMRA and MAP resources.
The elegant new home page clearly identifies information for Governmental Regulators wishing to learn more about AMRA; information for automotive industry companies and shops interested in AMRA membership; and info encouraging Technicians to learn about AMRA’s Motorist Assurance Program and Standards of Service. Upcoming industry event info and recent AMRA/MAP news items are also easily accessible from the home page.
AMRA members are the most engaged and passionate promoters of automotive industry standards. “We listened to the requests of our members and redesigned our site to provide them with a better online user experience,” said Soltz. The result is a fresh, new look with streamlined navigation and more content. Now members are able to easily navigate through the expanded rich content; and visitors to the site can easily find pertinent info about AMRA and MAP. Now, it’s even easier for companies and repair shops to apply for membership on the re-designed website.
For those interested in becoming a member of the Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association, please visit their new website at www.amra.org or contact AMRA/MAP via email at email@example.com.