The Mopar brand, born on August 1, 1937 as a contraction of the words “Motor Parts,” celebrates 80 years in 2017, marking an amazing evolution over eight decades.
OEConnection LLC (OEC), the parts ecommerce technology leader for original equipment manufacturers’ (OEM) distribution networks, has announced that Hyundai Motor America has added CollisionLink to its Hyundai Go Genuine Collision Conquest program.
The "Mopar Road Ready Powered by Dodge" teen safe-driving program made its first stop in Texas, at the Circuit of The Americas facility in Austin on December 3rd and 4th.
General Motors Company has issued a position statement for the collision repair industry directing technicians to scan damaged vehicles for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) both before and after repairs.
The Mopar brand is rolling out a new multi-faceted awareness campaign designed to both inform consumers of their “Right to Request” Original Equipment (O.E.) collision parts and highlight the benefits of choosing Mopar products over the aftermarket for collision repairs.
Subaru is now requiring that OEM glass be used for windshield replacements on models that are equipped with the EyeSight Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS).
2002 Honda Civic (left) and 2001 Honda Accord (right); two vehicles included in the recall of Takata PSDI front driver airbag inflators (“Alpha” inflators) requiring immediate replacement.
While the Takata airbag inflator recalls affecting over 25 automotive brands in the United States have received a good amount of attention over the last few years, many affected vehicles have not yet been repaired, and we’re doing our best to encourage owners of recalled Honda and Acura vehicles to seek free repairs as soon as possible.
Genuine Nissan auto glass plays an important role in the safety of the vehicle by providing structural rigidity, ocular clarity, and integration with advanced vehicle technology.
Assistant national manager of Collision Parts and Service Marketing Gary Ledoux is pleased to see that 700 body shops are now members of America Honda's ProFirst certification program, but he also knows that there is still much work to do to reach the goal of 1,200 shops.
When body shop number 700 recently became a member of American Honda's ProFirst certification program, assistant national manager of Collision Parts and Service Marketing Gary Ledoux took a deep breath, knowing full well that there is still much work to do.