It was in the early 2000s when Gene Cortes’ shop in Nanuet, NY, was hitting its numbers and plugging along with a crew of 31 people fixing approximately 200 cars every month.
A recent study from US-based global marketing information services firm JD Power has concluded that consumers are not at all that excited about the advent of full self-driving vehicles, or electric cars for that matter.
CIECA is pleased to announce the appointment of Ed Weidmann as CIECA’s interim executive director, effective Aug. 1, 2019. Weidmann has worked in the insurance and collision repair industry for more than 42 years.
Earlier this year, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that evidence existed supporting the $2.88 million verdict awarded to JB Collision in the shop’s lawsuit against Sherwin-Williams.
On July 24, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) held its monthly Webinar Wednesday featuring Elite Worldwide’s Bob Cooper who discussed “Four Easy, Cost-Free Ways to Bring in More New Customers.”
A Tesla used car warranty lawsuit alleges pre-owned Model S and Model X warranties aren't much good, especially when it comes to the batteries.
The 2019 AAPEXedu program will include ten sessions for automotive service professionals, auto parts retailers and warehouse distributors to help them prepare for the future, while also enhancing the service they provide to today’s customers.
On July 15, U. S. Southern District of Texas Judge Ewing Werlein Jr. released a final judgment in the lawsuit filed against AirPro Diagnostics by asTech parent company Repairify.