Affiliations Affiliations & Certifications


Bradshaw's Transmission Annex understands how important it is to find a quality transmission maintenance, repair and rebuild facility. This is why we value the associations we have with the reputable organizations listed below.

These associations help our transmission maintenance, repair and rebuild facility to give you the confidence in knowing that your automotatic transmission repair and service needs will be met by our expert technicians who can diagnose, repair or rebuild your automatic transmission properly.

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Northwest Automotive Trades Association

The story of NATA and automotive associations in Oregon is as old as automobiles themselves. In 1914, just a decade after Henry Ford used $100,000 in capital to establish the Ford Motor Company, ten Portland automotive aftermarket entrepreneurs banded together to create an organization designed to strengthen their businesses without interfering with each other's competitive independence.

Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association

ATRA is a nationally recognized association that encourages technical competency and a high standard of professionalism in the automatic transmission repair industry.

ATRA Certified logo displayed on an ATRA Shop means there are ATRA Certified technicians that have passed tough industry tests to verify their technical knowledge.

AAA Oregon/Idaho

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.

Automotive Service Association

The Automotive Service Association, began in May 31, 1951 and is headquarted in the Dallas/Fort Worth Texas area. The 12,000 ASA members perform mechanical, auto body, and transmission repairs and can be identified by its red, white, and blue ASA sign. The organization's purpose is to promote the best interests of the trade, increase its facilities for commercial transactions while offering better service to the public.

Automotive Service Excellence

ASE, is short for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. Since 1972 our independent non-profit organization has worked to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service by testing and certifying automotive professionals.

Eco Biz

EcoBiz certifies Eco-Friendly Auto Repair & Body Shops, Landscapers, and Car Washes in Oregon. Businesses meet high standards to reduce toxics, prevent pollution, and protect the environment. Each certified location has been visited and evaluated by EcoBiz program staff, and certified by the Oregon DEQ and a local water authority. Public agencies, such as fleet maintenance facilities and parks departments, are also eligible for EcoBiz Certification.

International Automotive Technicians Network

The International Automotive Technicians' Network is the largest network of automotive repair professionals in the world: a group of 60,805 from 149 countries. The members of this group exchange technical knowledge with their peers around the globe. iATN has been proudly serving the automotive service industry and the needs of professional automotive mechanics around the world, for over ten years.

CSI Voyager Fleet

Voyager provides comprehensive driver, vehicle and exception reports to help track your fleet's activity within broad parameters, all set by you.

The Voyager Fleet Card is accepted in over 200,000 regional, national, local and independent locations in all 50 states.