Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle Oct. 10 as a strong Category 4 hurricane. Reports from the National Hurricane Center indicate maximum sustained winds of 145 mph---a major weather event.
Performance benchmarking, sharing best practices and customized training were all part of a recent AkzoNobel performance group meeting in San Diego, CA.
National Account Manager, OEM After Sales Jennifer Jarzembowski from PPG advises shops all over the country on the advantages of attaining OEM certifications and helps shops obtain them.
Calibration was a very popular topic during this year’s Auto Glass Week. There were several seminars that discussed not only the need for calibration, but also how much it has increased throughout the past few years and what that means for you in the shop.
Experts say that the surge in demand to replace flood-damaged cars in Hurricane Florence's wake will likely push up the prices for used vehicles, especially on the East Coast.
The U.S. auto industry has seen one major headache go away. However, that doesn’t mean industry jitters have ceased.
The driver of an Acura TL claims that Honda waited too long to issue recalls that would have prevented him from suffering from a Takata airbag explosion.
The average used car costs nearly $20,000, according to Edmunds.com. If you’re a buyer, you want to make sure you’re getting your money’s worth.
The Hertz Corporation has donated $25,000 to the Collision Repair Education Foundation to assist the charitable organization’s efforts to support high school and college collision school programs, instructors and students across the country.
A coding error has led Subaru to recall and dispose of 293 of its Ascent 2019 SUVs. A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) report revealed that the error caused robots building the cars to miss two critical welds in the car's fabrication.