More than 20 years ago, auto body shops routinely ordered individual paint colors from a paint distributor to repair vehicles.
Autonomous Vehicle Technology Could Shrink Auto Insurance Sector by 71 Percent by 2050 and Radically Change the Type and Amount of Insurance Sold: KPMG Report
Service King Collision Repair Centers®, one of the fastest-growing providers of high-quality automotive collision repair service in the U.S., announced 70 of its active locations have officially received ProFirst Certification from Honda.
Members of the Automotive Service Association (ASA) are eligible to receive a discount on the Automotive Management Institute’s (AMi) suite of online courses. The discount is part of a new AMi association program that ASA qualified for to benefit its members.
In response to members' requests, the Women's Industry Network (WIN®) hosted its first three regional events in Southern California, Chicago, IL and Atlanta, GA, on June 13 and 14.
“Who Pays for What?” survey finds improvement in payment for not-included body labor operations; latest survey on frame and mechanical operations is now open.
The Refinish Distributors Alliance (RDA) has added a new member Albert Kemperle, Inc. with headquarters in Amityville New York.
The U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce held a hearing on a draft package of 14 driverless car bills on June 27. The hearing follows closely behind ASA’s Mechanical Operations Committee meeting with senior House Energy and Commerce staff June 14 to discuss several issues related to driverless cars and the potential impact on repair shops.
PPG MVP Business Solutions Group has announced the video release of the “Tip of the Technology Iceberg” OEM panel session from the 2017 spring conference.
Thatcham Research in the U.K. is the motor insurers’ automotive research center a kind of analog to the IIHS in the US. Established by the insurance industry in 1969, the center’s main aim is to contain or reduce the cost of motor insurance claims whilst maintaining safety standards.
The Automotive Management Institute (AMi) is accepting applications for the 2016 Emil Stanley Merit Award.
Mitchell is collaborating with Bosch Automotive Service Solutions in North America to deliver the Mitchell Diagnostics™ system, the first comprehensive diagnostic system designed specifically for the collision repair and automotive claims markets.