Authors John Stuef and Amy Bradshaw announced the release of their book, “From Doing to Leading: Your Guide for Inspiring People on the Front Lines.”
After an almost decade-long legal dispute with Texas, Tesla is bringing its training program for electric vehicle technicians in the Lone Star State.
Volvo Cars USA LLC has announced it will contribute 36 new vehicles to include twin-engine plug-in hybrid vehicles to Universal Technical Institute's core automotive training program as part of its national Vehicle Lease Program for Schools initiative.
A “Who Pays for What?” survey in the fourth quarter of last year found that in most shops – three out of four – estimators and repair planners are primarily responsible for responsible for researching OEM repair procedures for jobs coming into the shop.
Another day, another airbag recall. This time, it involves more than six million Honda and Toyota vehicles.
After delaying the rollout of a public self-driving vehicle service six months ago, Cruise, a majority-owned General Motors subsidiary, introduced its first vehicle designed to function without a driver inside at an event in California.
While raising funds is imperative for the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) to finance its goals, none of the work would be possible without the help of volunteer partners.