On Wednesday, Feb. 21, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) partnered with Bosch to present “In-House Money Makers,” the second webinar in its series about pre- and post-repair scans, at 1 p.m. EST.
While Google, Apple, Uber and most major automakers are steaming ahead to create driverless cars, the majority of consumers would not buy one even if cost was not an issue.
I-CAR® has awarded Insurance Gold Class® business recognition at the corporate level to State Farm®, an achievement reserved for insurance carriers that are committed to improving the performance and quality of auto collision repairs.
The closing years of the Obama administration saw a whirlwind of regulatory activity from NHTSA, including multiple consent orders, record penalties and soaring recall numbers.
UPS recently announced it plans to deploy 50 plug-in electric delivery trucks that will be comparable in acquisition cost to conventionally fueled trucks without any subsidies---an industry first that is breaking a key barrier to large-scale fleet adoption.
Aside from all the announcements about autonomous driving tests and driverless ridesharing services coming down the road, some automakers are moving one small step at a time toward connecting cars for practical reasons for drivers.
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If you own a late model car or truck, and you’ve been in a wreck, you may still be shaking your head over the repair bill.
The IIHS has released a rebuttal of sorts to the reported crash tests on the Honda Fit.
The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) has released a video from a 2017 Repairer Driven Education (RDE) session led by attorney Todd Tracy, lead counsel for the plaintiffs in Seebachan v. John Eagle Collision.
Attendees of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics will have a chance to ride vehicles of the future, including shuttle buses powered by electricity and cars that drive themselves.
The Auto Care Association has joined the national conversation taking place as the Trump administration and Congress moved to accomplish the President’s next agenda item of an infrastructure spending bill.