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Welcome to the National Automotive Service Task Force. NASTF's mission is to identify and resolve gaps in service information, tool information and training. Our primary focus is to facilitate connections between independent auto repair professionals and automakers. We have over 11,000 members in the United States and Canada. Five teams of volunteers provide NASTF with direction and assist with projects that support our mission.
Take a little time to look around and be sure to customize your view of NASTF.org in your user settings. On the pages within, you will find automaker landing pages which will provide a standardized set of links to their information offerings. You will also have access to our team pages and new Service Information Request (SIR) platform.

News

NASTF Executive Officer Donny Seyfer Participates in I-CAR’s Disruptors Roundtable Discussion

The most recent issue of I-CAR’s Collision Reporter includes a “Driving the Conversation” roundtable featuring collision repair industry leaders actively monitoring the profound changes that some predict will lead to a Fourth Industrial Revolution. They urge the industry to “Embrace Disruption to Stay Ahead,” and address everything from technological advances to the pandemic to the talent crisis […]

Published on June 18, 2021

Alerts

Toyota Releases Documentation on the Upcoming Pay-per-Keycode Changes

Below are some general notes, covered fully in the documentation:  NASTF Posting – PPK 03-2021 Toyota PPK changes to be implemented on March 20th Changes includes: New “Keycode” only subscription level Updates to the “Security Professional” subscription level Toyota Techinfo Customer Support Line is available to support questions

Published on March 2, 2021

Events

NASTF to Host How-To Webinar for Canadian VSPs

On April 20th, the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) will host a training webinar for Canadian technicians who routinely encounter security related procedures in the course of their repairs. The webinar will focus on NASTF’s Vehicle Security Professional (VSP) program and how it specifically serves Canadian shops. NASTF is also interested in hearing where […]

Published on April 12, 2021

NASTF Calendar

June 2021

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1
  • ASCCA Chapter 99 - Redding Chapter Board Meeting
  • ASCCA Chapter 05 - Foothill Chapter Meeting
2
  • NASTF Communications Team Meeting
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9
  • NASTF Education Team Meeting
  • ASCCA Chapter 42 - San Jose Chapter Meeting
10
  • ASCCA Chapter 06 - San Joaquin Valley
  • ASCCA Chapter 25 - Fresno Chapter Meeting
11
  • Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast Conference and Trade Show
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  • ASCCA Chapter 18 - Long Beach Chapter Meeting
  • ASCCA Chapter 99 - Redding Chapter Meeting
  • ASCCA Chapter 24 - San Diego Chapter Meeting
  • ASCCA Chapter 14 - Inland Empire Chapter Meeting
  • ASCCA Chapter 16 - East Bay
16
  • NASTF Birthday
  • NASTF Service Technology Team Call
  • ASCCA Chapter 48 Dinner Meeting
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18
  • ASE Webinar: Servicing Vehicles with ADAS
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22
  • ASCCA Chapter 23 - Peninsula Chapter Meeting
23
  • NASTF Vehicle Security Team Call
24
  • CAWA Leadership Days
  • ASCCA Chapter 26 - Tulare/Visalia Chapter Meeting
25
  • CAWA Leadership Days
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  • NASTF Heavy Duty Team Call
  • Webinar: E-Commerce Trends in the Automotive Aftermarket
  • Webinar: Fleet Owners’ Use and Adoption of Smart Trailer Products & Services
  • ASCCA Chapter 21 - San Francisco Chapter Meeting