ASA once again hosted its popular Technology and Telematics Forum at the 2018 NACE Automechanika trade show. The six sessions held shared a common theme — the impact Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) were having on both the collision and mechanical repair industry segments and the path these systems were paving on the road to full autonomy.
Atlanta resident John Quinones had struggled with adversity, even while he tried to make a positive impact in the lives of others. A lack of transportation had held him back from the kind of job opportunities he desired.
Avoiding costly violations, examining fundamentals of the U.S. auto market and analyzing big data in the auto sector were topics of three speakers at the NACE Automechanika Business Outlook Conference today.
Dozens of bills were introduced by numerous states related to connected vehicles. The varying standards create a regulatory quagmire for companies that want to build vehicles that can be driven in all 50 U.S. states.
ASA and the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers feel the time has come to require insurers, through legislation, to allow repairers to follow OEM guidelines and to compensate them for following the OEM process.
During NACE Automechanika 2017 Eric Ziegler in his class, “Essential Diagnostics - The Steps You Need To Take In Tackling Every Drivability and Electrical Concern,” outlined his thoughts on what makes a good diagnostic process – a process that can be applied to any troubleshooting challenge you face.
There is no more sure-fire way to sabotage the success of your business than by making bad hiring decisions. What’s just as bad, is to hire good people but see them soon leave for other job opportunities.
The latest addition to the UpdatePromise solution elevates the Consumer Experience by providing a Virtual Service Advisor using progressive technology that provides straight-forward customer check-in, after hours vehicle pickup and payment, digital transaction docs, equity mining, and recommended service upselling, with customized promotions and a branded user interface.
Brandon Eckenrode, Director of Development, Collision Repair Education Foundation, presented a check of $22,500 to Kennedy-King College, one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago, today at NACE Automechanika Chicago.