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Friday, 21 August 2020 22:27

VeriFacts Automotive Launches New EV Ready Education Program to Provide Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Repair Guidance to Collision Repair Facilities

VeriFacts Member Randy Serkey, Owner of A&R Auto Body in Connecticut First to Earn VeriFacts Automotive EV Ready Remote Verification. VeriFacts Member Randy Serkey, Owner of A&R Auto Body in Connecticut First to Earn VeriFacts Automotive EV Ready Remote Verification.

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Are you ready to repair hybrid and electric vehicles? Does your staff know the safety precautions to take during the repair process?

Do you have the right tools and equipment for these vehicles? If you aren’t planning for how you will address these repairs today, you’ll likely be playing catch-up or unable to take some jobs as these vehicles flood the marketplace in the coming year.

 

To help its collision repair facilities customers prepare for hybrid and electric vehicle repairs, VeriFacts Automotive launched the VeriFacts Academy 2020 virtual collision repair classroom, which features the new Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Essentials Course as one of its’ first learning modules.Through this course, collision repair professionals can gain knowledge of the safety protocols and repair processes for hybrid and electric vehicles. VeriFacts Automotive also introduced a new VeriFacts Automotive EV Ready Remote Verification program through which its collision repair coaching customers can earn recognition that their team is prepared to repair hybrid and electric vehicles.

Collision Repair Professionals Say HEV/BEV Readiness Is Critical … and the Right Thing to Do

As people return to the road for work, vacation and daily life, the ability to safely repair these HEV/BEV cars will be critical, and is the right thing to do from an environmental perspective.

“It’s an honor to be the first collision repair facility in the VeriFacts network to earn our HEV/BEV Ready remote verification,” said Randy Serkey, owner of A&R Auto Body. “I’m a believer in hybrid vehicles, and I’ve had once since 2004. Today, I have a Hyundai Kona. I love the mileage and economics, and it’s the right thing to do for the environment."


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