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From the dawn of the automotive age up until around the early 1970s, a windshield’s job was simple - keep rain and snow away from the car’s occupants.

Monday, 14 October 2019 13:18

On the Lighter Side: Ninety-Year-Old Bentley ‘Blower’ Will Be Sold Again in Limited Series

Written by Chris Bruce, motor1.com

What's old is new again at Bentley because the brand is putting the 1929 4½-litre Blower back into production.

Our industry is using technology like never before to reimagine the consumer claim and repair experience.

George Lesniak, Autel’s director of sales and training, said one of the biggest challenges for shops working to follow OEM collision repair procedures – in particular, the steps necessary for calibration of advanced driver assistance systems (ASAS) – is the variation among automakers.

It appears that Tesla’s highly-anticipated Pickup Truck is still poised to be unveiled sometime this coming November.

Collision repair businesses of all sizes have a potential talent pool of new employees, including those concluding their service in the U.S. military, according to a speaker at this past summer’s Collision Industry Conference in Indianapolis.

CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced that a new customer engagement milestone was reached through its CCC ONE Platform.

The user experience of Tesla’s electric cars is centered mostly on the vehicles’ large, high-resolution displays.

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and Spanesi are collaborating to offer the largest SEMA Show booth drawing the association has ever offered from the SCRS booth.

Repairify, Inc., a leading cloud-based automotive technology and diagnostic services provider, announced the appointment of Teresa Covington as its chief financial officer.

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