Thursday, 14 October 2021 20:11

Auto Care Association Website Now Offers Spanish Language Accessibility


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As part of the U.S. recognizing October as National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Auto Care Association on Oct. 14 announced the launch of its Spanish language feature on the autocare.org website.

The association launched a new look and feel to its website earlier this year to provide its members and the auto care industry a one-stop shop for the tools and resources most important to running an auto care business. This new expansion of the website to include accessibility in Spanish is part of the association’s continued effort to strengthen and expand the reach of the global automotive aftermarket supply chain.


Auto Care Data Standards provide data standards for aftermarket businesses, which helps companies across the globe to communicate, effectively and consistently, between trading partners around the world. The use of Auto Care Data Standards is the single most effective way to communicate with your trading partners.


The new Spanish language feature on the autocare.org website provides a new opportunity to bring the association’s U.S., Canadian and other English-speaking member companies closer to the Latin American market with Auto Care Data Standards. The Vehicle Configuration database (VCdb) now offers Spanish translations using ACES, and the VCdb is expanding its coverage to offer vehicles in South American countries.


The addition of the Spanish language to Auto Care Data Standards provides members an easier and more efficient way to get the right part, to the right place, at the right time by using data standards to speak the same technical language as their customers across Latin America.


Providing access to the autocare.org website in Spanish gives association members and the aftermarket industry an additional way to make expanding the reach of their businesses throughout Latin America easier than ever. Auto Care Association members can now...

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