As part of its ongoing recruiting and job placement efforts, Auto Care Careers has expanded its college and vocational school outreach to include Auto Care Careers on Campus.

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN®) is pleased to announce the recipients of the WIN College Student Tuition and Conference Scholarship Award.

On April 18th, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) premiered its newest SCRS Education Committee video discussion, filmed at the SEMA Garage in October 2016.

FCA US celebrated the official April 18 opening of a new Mopar Parts Distribution Center (PDC) in Winchester, Virginia.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 20:42

2017 SEMA Board Candidates, Election Details Available

Written by SEMA Editors

SEMA Board of Directors 2017
The current SEMA Board of Directors led by Chairman Doug Evans (front center).


The following is the slate of candidates vying for a seat on the SEMA Board of Directors:

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 18:05

The Pre- and Post-Scan Revolution

Written by Gene Bilobram

Bilobram Pre Post Scan Revolution
(L to R) Dalila Martinez and Gene Bilobram at Collision Diagnostic Service's booth at the 40th Annual AASP/NJ NORTHEAST® Automotive Services Show in March.

Last year, a number of major automakers issued position statements on diagnostic scanning in the collision repair of their respective nameplates.

Collision Students' Tuition Debt Erased through CREF's Lon Baudoux Legacy Scholarship Fund


Destiny Potter, a 2016 Lon Baudoux Legacy $2,000 Scholarship recipient, attended the recent I-CAR Volunteer & Instructor Conference in San Diego to highlight how significantly financial support has assisted in her technical education.

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN®) introduced its 2017 Most Influential Women (MIW) honorees on March 3.

NABC Award of Distinction


The National Auto Body Council has announced that online nominations are now open for its Annual Awards Program, which recognizes individuals and businesses that exemplify the professionalism and integrity of the collision industry.

The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate passed a resolution to overturn a regulation which effectively allowed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to cite companies that failed to record work-related injuries and illnesses during the five-year retention period.

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