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The American fleet had grown exponentially by the 1970s.

Thursday, 16 May 2019 16:30

Collision Repair Headlines Show Need for OEM-Recommended Procedures

Written by Toby Chess

On July 13, 2018, an Ohio appellate court rejected an auto body shop’s arguments in a $105,462 case where the body shop was convicted for failing to follow OEM procedures during a repair.

When Nick Notte speaks to students across the country who are considering a job in the collision repair industry, he often shares his personal experience.

Collision repairers often ask Scott Wideman, collision program manager at Volkswagen-Audi Group, how to ensure a safe and reliable repair.

After a car collision occurs, one must figure out how to get their car repaired, arrange alternative transportation and so on.

Dave Zamora decided to step away from the Bay Area and its fast-paced environment by opening Zamora Auto Body in Valley Springs, CA almost two decades ago.

Only 25 years ago, the average body shop's marketing plan involved buying a Yellow Pages ad and sponsoring the local Little League team.

Tuesday, 30 April 2019 17:36

Problems Are Opportunities!

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There are many commonalities between the homeless living on Skid Row, the mediocre, and the successful.

You: Hey, Mike, I keep hearing you saying we need to look up the OEM repair procedures on every single vehicle every single time. But surely you’re not talking about even the easy jobs, where we’re just replacing a single part.

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), a computer-aided means of keeping a vehicle in its lane and preventing or mitigating collisions, is a relatively new concept in the automotive world and even newer for the trucking world.

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