Translation:He took his car to the association.
"to bring" means that the object will be at the destination, while "to take" means that the object will leave its source. "I will bring cake," (it will be there), "and I will take my keys with me," (so they won't be at home anymore, but maybe I lose them on the way; they won't be at the association either). The use of "take" in this sentence emphasizes that the car is not longer at home, and "to take to" is almost like "to bring." However, if you used «trouxe» or "brought" here, it would make it sound like the car was expressly needed at the association to serve some purpose.