Transportation industry leaders say they want the federal government to take a more active role in establishing regulations for autonomous vehicles and emerging vehicle safety technology.
Over the next five to 10 years, more shops are going to rely on paintless dent repair (PDR) and it’s going to be a “must-do” to compete, according to Ryan Hampton, co-owner of The 300 Advantage.
After it was revealed that Tesla owners were experiencing excessive wait times at body shops after being in accidents, Tesla started working on several initiatives to address the issue, including opening up its own “Tesla body shops.”
The Collision Repair Education Foundation and the National Auto Body Council (NABC) are proud to announce the recipient of the Chuck Sulkala NABC Appreciation Scholarship.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) and Service King Collision Repair Centers recently announced the recipients of “The Service King Way Grant: In Honor of Mario Malacara."
Barry’s Auto Body is part of an ongoing lawsuit filed on behalf of five of its customers for “violating general business law §349 by engaging in unfair claims practices.”
In the mid-1990s, keyless ignition systems started to become available in luxury vehicles. Today, they are much more popular and are offered as standard or optional equipment in many models.
The U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Financial Services passed a series of six bills designed to reduce federal regulations.
In April, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) held an open board meeting in Westminster, CO, including a presentation from the SCRS Education Committee on respirators.
Please see below for upcoming regional automotive association events.