Are You Using New SEMA Tools to Meet Vehicle Technology Challenges?

Chris Kersting, SEMA President and CEO Those who have attended the SEMA Show are likely aware of SEMA’s collaborative relationship with the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR). SEMA’s partnership with CU-ICAR is now in its fifth year. It’s been a great partnership that yields useful tools to help SEMA members cope with vehicle technology and advance their products. Clemson has state-of-the-art equipment and top engineering talent to stay abreast of the newest automotive technologies. By connecting CU-ICAR and its graduate-level students and professors with the aftermarket, SEMA is shaping world-class research into practical tools for our member companies.

One example is the just-released “Ride Guide,” a publication that puts more science into the matter of wheel/tire performance and selection. With support from SEMA and the Wheel & Tire Council (WTC), CU-ICAR recently conducted months of testing to determine the performance differences of varying wheel and tire combinations.

More Collision Repair Educational Opportunities Than Ever Before at the 2010 SEMA Show

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and I-CAR will offer
the most exceptional education opportunities the industry has ever seen
under one roof at the 2010 SEMA Show. Whether you own or work in a
collision repair business or whether you sit behind a computer or behind
a welder, if you’re a repairer, you’ll find all of the information you
need wrapped into one of the most exciting and energizing forums
available in the automotive industry.

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