The Automotive Service Association’s (ASA) “How’s Your Business?” survey for 2016 is now available online.
The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) of the Auto Care Association will host the 2017 YANG Leadership Conference, May 5-6, at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas. The conference takes place in conjunction with the Auto Care Association Spring Leadership Days and is designed for young professionals under the age of 40 in the auto care industry.
During the Society of Collision Repair Specialists' (SCRS) open board meeting in Palm Springs, California, SCRS launched the first of a series of its Education Committee videos that will be released throughout 2017.
In early December, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued a one sentence decision refusing to reinstate the plaintiff/appellants' appeal in Parker Auto Body v. State Farm Automobile Insurance Company.
The Auto Care Association has launched autocareadvocacy.org, a new website for auto care professionals to get more involved in the public policy process.
The Executive Summary of the collision repair industry Snapshot Survey, co-sponsored by the Collision Repair Education Foundation and I-CAR, is now available.
Nabil Al-Dabei at work in Bemac Auto Body shop.
It's been a pivotal year for a Syrian family living in Ottawa. A new country. A new language.
And now, a new full-time job for the father, pursuing his passion working with cars.
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.
The National Auto Body Council (NABC) is launching a search campaign for a new Executive Director, following the recent announcement by NABC founder and current Executive Director Chuck Sulkala of his intention to retire by the end of 2017.
Chuck Sulkala, founder, first president, and executive director of the National Auto Body Council (NABC) announced his retirement on January 3, effective the end of 2017.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) opened an investigation on December 20 after the Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) received 141 reports of sudden, unexpected increases in stopping distance in model year 2007 through 2009 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan vehicles.