In Case You Missed It: Top 5 Stories from the Week of March 13-17
Published March 17, 2023
These were the top five collision repair news stories published on Autobody News this week. Scroll through to get caught up, or if you want a second read.
Attorneys Say Consumer Data Privacy Concerns for Collision Repair Shops are Real
“The unauthorized disclosure of a customer’s PII, whether intentional or not...creates a significant liability risk for repair shops,” said Larry Pockers.
From the Desk of Mike Anderson: My ‘Wish List’ of Changes to Improve the Collision Repair Industry
I challenge collision repair businesses, insurance companies, automakers, associations and industry vendors to contribute to making these 10 wishes reality.
Tesla Owners Club of LA Gets Up-Close Look at Repair Experience at Bistagne Bros.
Bistagne Bros. Body Shop in Glendale, CA, hosted a meeting of the Tesla Owners Club of Los Angeles, so Tesla owners could witness a certified shop in action.
NC Democrats Push New Home Construction Building Code to Accommodate EVs
House Bill 318 would amend state codes to require all new one- and two-family dwellings to include at least one EV-ready parking space.
GM to Halt Truck Production
GM announced it will idle Fort Wayne Assembly for two weeks, starting March 27, as truck inventories at Chevrolet and GMC dealers are starting to pile up as demand softens.