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Pennsylvanian Russell Fish was "paranoid about everything," so much so, he even locked his bedroom door each night, his daughter said.

Mike Anderson of Collision Advice said the “Who Pays for What?” surveys he has been conducting for several years in conjunction with CRASH Network are building awareness in the industry about “not-included” labor operations shops are performing, but may not think to bill for estimates and invoices.

 

Takata airbags were used widely across the automotive market, and when the airbags were found to be defective, recalls from just about all automakers and several class action suits resulted.

On June 19, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) hosted the newest installment in its Webinar Wednesday series.

Over the past several years, more and more autonomous features have been embedded in cars.

Mini is not in the best shape in North America these days.

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