Artificial intelligence, emerging technologies and changing consumer expectations are just some of the issues impacting auto sales, insurance and repairs, according to the 2018 Crash Course study from CCC Information Services, Inc.
The following statement can be attributed to Bill Hanvey, President and CEO of the Auto Care Association:
The Auto Care Association has announced a new trade mission to Chile on August 21--22, 2018 as part of the Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) award the association received from the U.S. Department of Commerce to support export promotion projects in Latin America.
The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG), a community of the Auto Care Association, recently announced it is accepting speaker applications for its new “Five for Five” rapid-fire style presentations feature of the 2018 YANG Leadership Conference.
Fraudsters will always find a way to cheat the system. All lines of business are vulnerable to the crime, including insurance, and organizations worldwide face the sometimes cumbersome task of continuously fortifying their operations to keep the tricksters at bay.
A federal judge in February declined to dismiss a $9 billion class action racketeering lawsuit against State Farm over the insurer’s alleged role in the election of an Illinois Supreme Court judge---setting the stage for the latest trial in a decade-long battle involving the insurer’s use of non-OEM parts.
On Wednesday, Feb. 21, Mike Anderson of Collision Advice hosted the first monthly webinar in “Learn to Research, Research to Learn,” a series of OEM webinars.
Our team at Intel has been designing, prototyping and testing new experiences passengers will have with autonomous vehicles that handle all driving tasks.
Maaco Auto Painting and Collision Repair, part of the Driven Brands Inc. family of automotive aftermarket franchise brands, has been ranked in Entrepreneur magazine’s Franchise 500.
The ASE Education Foundation and S/P2 announced a partnership to develop and distribute The Workplace Mentoring System, a mentoring program for the automotive industry.
Michigan State University is leading a study to better understand and measure the impact of driverless cars on the current transportation workforce.
You would never go to a doctor before checking their credentials and references, so why wouldn’t you do the same when taking your car in for collision repair?
Women in Auto and Collision (WAC) is a new industry group formed this year, and while you may not have heard of it yet, the group is gaining momentum quickly as it seeks to spread awareness of the many industry opportunities available.