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To simplify the permitting, licensing and certification process and make it easier for body shops all over the country to stay in compliance, RecsLock recently entered into a partnership with the Independent Automotive Damage Appraisers (IADA) Association.
If you mention the John Eagle case to anyone in any body shop, anywhere in the country, they will likely know exactly what you're referring to.
To be more effective at repairing Ford F-150s and Ford F-250s, Mike's Auto Body in Northern California recently added its second aluminum facility in San Ramon, CA. It is a 13,000-square-foot building located near their existing shop.
To say that Teresa Aquila takes life by the reins is the understatement of the century, because ever since she can remember, she's been doing it all without slowing down.
When the insurance lobby can't get a bill to gain traction, it rewrites it and tries again and again, hoping that some form of it will pass.
Back in 1985, the actor Yul Brynner was dying from cancer when he told a television audience on "Good Morning America" that what he really wanted to do was film a commercial that said, "Now that I'm gone, I'll tell you this: Don't smoke. Whatever you do, just don't smoke."
When Tammy and Paul Hunt aren't working in the wholesale parts department of Flemington Car and Truck Country/NJ Parts in Flemington, NJ, they run a farm/hunting preserve and help the community whenever they can.
Gabriel Merino, 29, works at Budd's Collision Services in Oakville, Ontario, Canada as the head painter. Like any quality painter, he focuses on the details while pushing the envelope and creating a pristine finished product every time.
Ryan Taylor is a former body shop owner who invented Bodyshop Booster in 2009, an app that streamlines the estimating process for both customers and shops.
If there were a Hall of Fame for the inventors of collision repair equipment, there would be a whole wing named after Lavell Chisum, 92, the creator of the Chief EZ Liner.
In the North Bay Area of California, there are two body shop chains that pride themselves on doing as much philanthropy as they possibly can to help those in the cities they serve.
Shawn Moody, owner of Moody’s Collision Centers, announced that he is running for governor of Maine in late November.
In November, Kurt Money of Shotwell's Auto Body in Petaluma, CA, was named the I-CAR Platinum/ASE Master Collision Repair and Refinish Technician of the Year for 2017 for the second time by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.