Our 35,000+ body shop readers do over 85% of the Collision Repair in the U.S. For 31 years we've been their eye on the industry. We'll make sure they see you.
-Reaching the FIVE Largest Regional U.S. Markets
-Trusted and respected since 1982
- FIVE huge markets in 5 Regional Editions
Western Edition: mailed to 8,000+ body shops in California, Arizona and Nevada
Southwest Edition: mailed to 6,500+ body shops in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and New Mexico
Southeast Edition: mailed to 5,800+ body shops in Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.
Northeast Edition: mailed to 7,700+ body shops in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware
Great Lakes Edition: mailed to 7000+ body shops in Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois
A collision newsmagazine, not a business magazine
Because we're a newspaper-newsmagazine hybrid and include more regional news than any other collision repair publication, we get immediate local attention. That's what makes us different and ensures that your ad is seen right away.
Exhibiting at NACE or SEMA? Both NACE and SEMA are in our backyard this year.
Our feature articles and news stories can spotlight your products and services
We often include our advertisers in news columns, and regularly profile top notch collision repair centers that have something positive to say about our advertisers' products and services. We welcome your product announcements, technical updates, and corporate news.
Autobody News has been reporting for years on what shops are doing, plan to do and need to do to be both “Lean and Green.” Can a modern shop really be one without the other?
We are about to walk the walk, not just the talk, in our upcoming issues.
Starting next month, Autobody News will be doing special country-wide coverage on the “lean and green” issues that shops are implementing both now and in the future. Our summer theme is “what does it mean to be lean and green?” and we will explore the business consequences of what we see as the new norm in collision repair and in business in general.
Future cars will be more sensitive to repair procedures both in efficiency, safety, and performance aspects. Safety will involve both the owner-customer and the shop employees. More attention will be required on how to make your shop operate at peak efficiency. To keep up and make a profitable business operate, will be a challenge and an opportunity for shop owners and managers.