Subaru of America, Inc. announced today that the Subaru Certified Collision Network, designed to ensure the proper training and equipment necessary to restore vehicles to original factory specifications, will open enrollment to independent collision centers across the country starting Jan. 1, 2019.
Today at SEMA Collision, General Motors’ Customer Care and Aftersales division announced that in just a few short months, nearly 1,000 dealers and repair facilities have begun enrollment in the GM Collision Repair Network to help with safe and proper repair of GM vehicles.
To modernize delivery of original equipment collision parts pricing, Ford will begin using MyPriceLink, an OEConnection LLC (OEC) patented technology, delivering real-time dynamic collision parts list pricing based on timing and local market conditions.
This volume includes a wealth of repair-related material, including proper roof-panel repairs for the 2018 F-150, HUD re-calibration for the 2017 Lincoln Continental, 2018 Expedition finish-panel repair, Ford and I-CAR's training workshops, a look inside the industry, and more.
Toyota’s new state-of-the-art Collision Repair & Refinish Training Facility in Plano, Texas now provides a full line up of classes, in addition to the classes offered at the Torrance, California, West Caldwell, New Jersey and Jacksonville, Florida collision training centers.
General Motors will incorporate Car-O-Liner’s complete line of CleanPrep Vacuum systems for their aluminum repair center, as well as their body shop, collision and refinishing service. Jaguar Land Rover has added Car-O-Liner’s CleanPrep Wet Mix Immersion Vacuum system.
The Automotive Management Institute (AMi) announced it had been selected to host the FCA Certified Collision Network non-technical training in conjunction with industry leading consultant and CollisionAdvice owner, Mike Anderson.
Once a favorite of hippies and housewives, Beetle mania has apparently run its course as Volkswagen is swatting away the Bug while applying its legendary engineering prowess towards powering forward into the EV era.
General Motors’ Customer Care and Aftersales division today announced the launch of the GM Collision Repair Network at NACE Automechanika Atlanta, a trade show dedicated to the automotive collision industry.
CCC Information Services Inc. is working with Mazda North American Operations to address vehicle safety, creating a new method for the automaker to identify recalled vehicles and help collision repairers notify affected vehicle owners so that necessary, safety-related repairs can be made.
Wheel Pros, a designer, marketer, and distributor of branded automotive aftermarket wheels, performance tires, and accessories, has completed the acquisition of Amcor Industries, Inc. (d/b/a Gorilla Automotive Products), a designer and distributor of branded automotive aftermarket lug nuts and wheel locks.
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