In Case You Missed It: Top 5 Stories of the Week of March 18-22

These were the top five collision repair news stories on Autobody News this week. Scroll through to get caught up, or if you want a second read.

Tractable Accuses CCC of Limiting Choice, Raising Prices

Tractable filed the claim as part of an ongoing lawsuit in which CCC accused it of stealing intellectual property.

GM's Retirement Buyout Program Cap Sparks UAW Outrage

Only GM, which is offering the same $50,000 pretax lump sum incentive as Ford and Stellantis, is doing so in phases.

Arizona-Based Christian Brothers Automotive Franchisee Wins Annual Recognition

John Carlson, a former NFL tight end, was named Franchisee of the Year by the International Franchise Association.

Technology Can Improve Collision Repair Process — But Only If It’s Used

Mike Anderson of Collision Advice says industry stakeholders need to trust each other to create solutions that will benefit everyone.

Californians Overwhelmingly Oppose Proposed Speed Limiting Devices on Vehicles

The majority of survey respondents, across all ages and political ideologies, said they do not support SB 961.

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