ELECTRIFYING OPPORTUNITIES ANNOUNCED FOR AAAE
An exciting new EV-focused feature zone is set to educate and inspire
A brand-new ‘Expo Electrified’ feature zone at the upcoming Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo and Collison Repair Expo will ensure attendees can get up close and personal with EV/Hybrid service and repair.
The co-located and free to attend expos represent the only comprehensive trade show for the nation’s automotive repair and service industry. Presented by the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA), the exhibition will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre across April 11-13.
Expo Electrified will focus on EV/Hybrid service and repair on a whole new scale, offering unique opportunities to learn with hands-on and practical demonstrations including live testing of EV motors and generators, all delivered by the experts from The Automotive Technician’s (TaT) EV and Hybrid Network.
Designed to give attendees exposure to the
latest in EV technology and techniques, the Zone will also feature the latest in EV tools and workshop equipment, EV Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and display a Ford F-150 Lightning EV, provided by the Auto Innovation Centre (AIC).
“The value of getting ready for the EV evolution has never been clearer, and excitement around this new and rapidly evolving technology is building quickly,” AAAA Director of Membership, Marketing and Events, Tiffany Conway said.
“As such, we are very excited to offer the Expo Electrified Zone to technicians and workshop owners wanting to get ahead of the curve and seeking the chance to learn from awesome teachers and state-of-the-art equipment at Expo.”
TaT Technical Editor and Director, Jeff Smit, said Expo Electrified is a must for anyone looking to make sure they can best service their clients in this emerging space.