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Gary Ledoux

Friday, 04 January 2019 23:53

In Reverse: Early DRP Programs of the 1960s

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In the 1960s, the concept of a direct repair program took several twists and turns before it got to the model we recognize today. Here are a few variations of that theme.

 

Anyone who lived through the 1960s knows what a turbulent time it was politically, socially and culturally. There were some profound changes in the collision repair trade as well.

Tuesday, 06 November 2018 21:54

How Safe Is a Collision-Repaired Police Vehicle?

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We’ve all seen them on television shows, movies and of course in real life---police cruisers all smashed-up, usually as a result of an accident, sometimes sustaining collateral damage when forcing a “bad-guy” off the road, sometimes damaged at the end of a high-speed chase.

Thursday, 30 August 2018 17:18

Vision, Foresight Help Launch This PBE Jobber

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It was the mid-1940s. GIs were home from the war, the U.S. economy was booming and shiny new cars were filling America’s highways---cars that needed gasoline and service work.

Recently, Collision Safety Consultants (CSC), based in Belmont, NC, announced the opening of eight new locations.