Detailed Development

Industry veteran outlines a step-by-step process to develop the skills of young collision repair techs. One of the most pressing concerns for body shop, collision center and service managers is replacing the retiring technicians with people capable of repairing today’s modern vehicles. While there is no silver bullet to drive candidates to your repair center, […]

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Independent Thinking

How some service and collision repair shop owners are seizing opportunities in the current wave of new technology and consolidation. Consolidation is an evolutionary process drawn by opportunity. The high velocity – let alone breadth and depth – of industry change is daunting. Just consider the relentless introduction of new automotive technologies, innovative products and […]

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Ride-Sharing Survey Results

Customer convenience, cost and efficiency cited as reasons ASA-member shops are using services such as Uber and Lyft. Ride-sharing services, like Uber and Lyft, are becoming increasingly popular with ASA shop owners who offer customers rides to and/or from the shop while their vehicles are being serviced. A recent ASA survey showed that 41 percent […]

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A Commitment to Training

With drastic change sweeping the industry, NACE Automechanika Atlanta provides a super-charged showcase for new technology and repair techniques. It’s no secret that the temperature and humidity soar in Georgia in August. But this year, Hot’Lanta will host the automotive service and collision repair industry’s coolest event: NACE Automechanika Atlanta. As the largest trade show […]

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AutoInc. magazine, published monthly, is the informational authority for ASA members and the automotive industry nationwide. Its purpose is to enhance the professionalism of these members through management, technical and legislative articles, researched and written with the highest regard for accuracy, quality and integrity.

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