On Wednesday, Dec. 7, Management Success hosted a webinar titled “How to Use Social Media to Drive Traffic to Your Shop,” presented by Jim Saeli, Senior Consultant and Trainer, and Andre Darville, Senior Consultant specializing in social media and digital marketing.
More shops are charging and getting paid for post-repair "health scans" of vehicles than they are pre-repair scans, but both procedures are increasingly being done and being paid for, according to recent “Who Pays for What?” survey findings.
Did you know you can read all five regional editions of Autobody News before they appear in print?
On Dec. 21, Service King Collision Repair Centers announced its fast-growing Apprentice Development Program has officially received certification from the U.S. Department of Labor.
Legal-Bay, The Pre Settlement Funding Company, reported that four major car manufacturers have resolved a class action lawsuit with more than $550 million in payouts.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation is requesting year-end in-kind donations of products, tools, equipment and spare parts that will be distributed to high school and college collision school programs.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced the appointment of two new members to its Board of Trustees, including: Ty Gamill, Caliber Collision Centers and Sean Huurman, Service King Collision Repair Centers.
If Santa Claus drove a car instead of a sleigh, it would surely be decked out in twinkling lights — just like the vintage vehicles in Dave Cruickshank’s yard.
Standard Motor Products, Inc. (SMP) announces the winners of its third annual Intermotor® ‘Import Leader Automotive Scholarship’ Competition: Ian Fisher of Bay de Noc Community College in Escanaba, MI, and Zachary Natale of Rosedale Technical College in Pittsburgh, PA.
Applications are being accepted online for the 2018 University of the Aftermarket Foundation scholarships, which are awarded to students planning automotive aftermarket careers.
U.S. Congressman Earl “Buddy” Carter, R-Ga., is currently developing an automotive data access bill that will create a stakeholder committee at the U.S. Department of Transportation, allowing policymakers to hear from all sides of the automated vehicle discussion and ensure the independent repairer has a seat at the table.
A lawsuit filed by Leif Hansen on behalf of GEICO customers claims the insurance giant has routinely violated the terms of its auto policies by refusing to pay for essential and critical vehicle repairs.
Twenty-two years ago, David Roberts was the Chairman of the Board for Caliber Collision Centers, Inc. when he wrote an article in Autobody News.
The total damage Hurricane Harvey inflicted on parts of Texas, particularly the vast Houston area, may never be fully known.