Federal-Mogul Motorparts has launched a free new online “Garage Forum”. This will serve as a community where automotive service professionals can share repair tips and ask for and get advice on challenging diagnostic and repair tasks.
The online community is available at www.FMGarageForum.com, and will serve as an online platform for automotive professionals to exchange ideas, get ideas about emerging trends in vehicle technology and to share their experiences regarding all kinds of vehicle repair. The forum has been divided on a topic basis with as many as 12 primary topic categories like Driveline, HVAC, Braking, Electrical, Driveability, Engine, Sealing, Exhaust, Filters/Chemicals/Fuels, Steering and Suspension, Tools and Equipment, and Visibility. Each category has been further divided into many additional topic areas so that community members can easily get the information they need. The community also has a search feature that browsers can use to search for any specific discussion or repair topic.
Commenting on the new forum, Jessica Wynn, global director, digital marketing and strategy, Federal-Mogul Motorparts said that professional technicians are the lifeblood of the auto care industry. She said that the Garage Forum is meant to be a valuable resource that professional technicians can use to help with any repair or other technical topic. The company launched the online forum to support the daily success of front-line automotive service professionals.
Technicians who are members of the “Garage Forum” get additional benefits . They automatically earn points in the company’s Garage Rewards loyalty program just by joining the Garage Forum community, and get additional points for their first discussion review and response and ongoing participation. There are further bonuses for those who begin “Hot Topic” discussions, qualify as Top Contributors, and achieve Elite Tech status based on a variety of criteria, including forum engagement. Technicians can redeem these points to get gear, training and other rewards.
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