On Saturday, August 26, CAVS will host collision repair industry professionals at its facility in Starkville, MS, for a full day of training and education for shop owners and their employees, titled, “The Future of Autonomous Cars: They’re here. What is our role as repair professionals?”
Based on a financial report conducted by KPMG on the effects of autonomous vehicles on car insurance, the $137 billion industry can expect a 71 percent reduction by 2050.
John Morgan Hughes, Executive Director of MSCRA, asks, “How would this affect your business?”
Check-in for the training event begins at 9 a.m. with a welcome at 9:30 a.m., followed by a facility tour until 11:30, when the keynote presentation will be delivered. After lunch, CAVS will facilitate a discussion on autonomous vehicles that will conclude the day’s training. At 6 p.m., attendees may also opt to attend a reception dinner at Restaurant Tyler. The association will be treating first-time MSCRA meeting attendees to dinner.
Those interested in attending should RSVP to John Morgan Hughes at 601-672-4988 or email@example.com.