CCC Information Services Inc. has launched a new suite of telematics-enabled claims offerings that the company claims will improve and speed accident notification along with the steps and decisions undertaken by insurers after their policyholder has been in an accident.

October was a busy month for the Collision Repair Education Foundation.

The following statement by the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) is in response to the recent study by the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) regarding auto insurance rating.

New research from North Carolina State University finds that older adults have comparable response times to young adults when tasked with taking control of a semi-autonomous vehicle.

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Federal regulators want to require automakers to meet a set of 15 guidelines before they can place self-driving cars on public roads. (Photo: David Guralnick / The Detroit News)

Washington – Federal regulators want to require automakers to meet a set of 15 guidelines before they can place self-driving cars on public roads.

Wednesday, 05 October 2016 16:24

PRO SPOT DEMOS ALUMINUM DENT REPAIR USING AL-5

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Using the Pro Spot AL-5 Capacitor Discharge Stud Welder, Ron Olsson, Pro Spot President demonstrates an aluminum repair at NACE 2016 in Anaheim.

Chief Cam Scan HD

The new Chief® Cam Scan HD computerized measuring system allows technicians to see and document the full scope of the damage to a heavy-duty vehicle, develop a plan for repairs, and print out professional, documented proof that the repairs were completed.

 

Chief’s new Cam Scan HD is the first computerized measuring system in North America designed to identify and document all collision damage on heavy-duty vehicles, including trucks and buses.

Kia Sportage is the most affordable vehicle with a NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rating to insure for teen drivers, according to Mercury Insurance's newest Top 10 list.

On October 1, The Women’s Industry Network (WIN®) announced the kickoff of their 2017 #ALLIN4WIN Membership Drive.

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Ford research engineer Ghassan Atmeh, left, and supervisor Andrew Richardson "drive" an autonomous car in demonstration on Dearborn roads. (Photo: David Guralnick, Detroit News)

Public acceptance of self-driving cars could hang on one thing: Not completely taking away the keys from human drivers.