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Feb. 23, 2017 - Preparing for Data Transition

In preparation for the launch of the new system to replace enhancedstandard.com, Auto Care will not publish VCdb, Qdb and PAdb files in March in the enhancedstandard.com site. Auto Care will continue publishing PCdb and Brand Table through March according to our regular schedule. At the end of March, Auto Care will stop publishing the PCdb in the enhancedstandard.com and freeze the Brand Table. Auto Care will use this time to transition data between enhancedstandard.com and the new system. At the end of April, Auto Care will return to the regularly scheduled release cycle for all databases in the new system.

Through the system transition and post deployment of the new system, you will have access to the last released databases in the enhancedstandard.com site.

Please visit http://www.autocare.org/technology/ and autocare.communifire.com for updates or email any questions to technology@autocare.org. Thank you for your cooperation and patience as we continue to move forward with the new system.

November 18, 2016 – Guest Login Access Changed

Access to the VCdb and Qdb search services were removed from the guest login.

If your company is an ACES subscriber you can be added to your company account to access the VCdb and Qdb within the enhancedstandard.com site. Request to add users to your company subscription here.

If your company is not an ACES subscriber and would like to become an ACES subscriber, please review the subscription information on the Auto Care Association website.

When our new system goes live in 2017, the guest login will require users to register to access the free services of the PCdb and Brand Table. Users with active subscriptions will have access to additional aspects of the system.

Thank you for your support and patience through this transition.







Auto Care Association has announced that the Legacy Make Model (MM) table will no longer be supported after December 31, 2012.
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