State Farm says it plans to expand the use of a digital bookkeeping technology to speed up and streamline the auto claims process, after a successful trial run with USAA.
The Chip Foose Draws a Car YouTube series has been quite the little adventure.
LKQ Corporation on April 6 announced the release of its inaugural Sustainability Report outlining the company’s ongoing focus on responsible environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices.
EVgo, the nation's largest public fast charging network for electric vehicles (EVs) and only platform powered by 100% renewable electricity, announced April 8 the company brought 10 stations online in the last 10 days of March.
CRC Industries, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of specialty products and formulations for maintenance and repair professionals and do-it-yourselfers, has partnered with the TechForce Foundation and its industry alliances to help educate, develop, and train the next generation of technicians.
Registration is now available for the 2021 ASE Instructor Training Conference.
An increasing percentage of shops are using OEM scan tools---and billing for the fees associated with accessing OEM repair information.
Ensuring the next generation of collision repair professionals receive an education that allows them to successfully enter the workforce after graduation requires the support of the entire industry.
While the pandemic hasn’t allowed the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) the ability to conduct its in-person high school and college transportation student career fair events this school year, CREF has been electronically gathering hundreds of collision student resumes of those who are currently looking for full- and part-time employment.
Waseem Tarabishi insists employees at his San Diego-area collision repair shop take the online classes they need to maintain their technical certifications while on the clock so he can make sure they are paying attention.
The Auto Care Association reacted in support of the Supreme Court’s ruling April 5 in the Google v. Oracle case surrounding a decade-long copyright dispute over software.
A trade group that represents automakers said a semiconductor shortage caused by COVID-19 could result in 1.28 million fewer vehicles being made in the U.S. this year.