Army's Transmissions Inc. understands how important it is to find a quality transmission service and repair facility. This is why we value the associations we have with the reputable organizations listed below. These associations help our transmission service & repair facility to give you the confidence in knowing that your automotive repair and service needs will be met by our qualified automotive repair and service expert technicians.
Automatic Transmission Service Group
ATSG - the Automatic Transmission Service Group - The largest, Employee-Owned, technical support service in the Automatic Transmission Industry. ATSG offers a Technical Hotline, Books, Software, Bulletins, Seminars, and Technical Courses to the Automatic Transmission Professional
AAA Approved Auto Repair Facility
AAA's Approved Auto Repair facilities have met and maintained AAA's tough performance standards while providing reliable and courteous service. AAA requires facilities to employ trained technicians that have earned certification by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, maintain state-of-the art tools and equipment to complete a broad range of repairs, and adhere to customer service satisfaction criteria.
Transmissions Rebuilders Network Worldwide
TRNW is a world-wide network of transmission technicians and transmission shop owners who discuss every aspect of running a transmission repair facility. TRNW members interact on everything from rebuilding tips, diagnostic help, parts locating, and the art of operating and managing a full-service transmission shop.
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence was esablished in the early 1970's and the organization's mission is to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service through the testing and certification of auto repair and service professionals. The institue works in every segment of the automotive industry: car and truck dealerships, independant auto repair garages, fleets, service stations, franchises, and more. Each member is required to take one or more of ASE's 40+ exams that are grouped into specialties for automobile, medium/heavy truck, truck equipment, parts specialists, collision repair technicians, and collision damage estimators. Only upon passing at least one exam and providing proof of two years or relevant work experience can a auto repair shop become certified. Furthermore, ASE certified affiliates must be retested every five years.
TransGo has provided engineering solutions for the automatic transmission repair industry since 1959.