U.S. Senate, NHTSA discuss issues The federal government and numerous organizations did not waste an opportunity of a major auto show to talk about new vehicle technologies and public policy. The U.S Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee held a hearing, titled “Driving Automotive Innovation and Federal Policies,” as a precursor to the Washington, D.C., […]
New systems require new tools. But how can you determine the level of collision repair technology you need – before you invest in the necessary technology? Every industry needs to prepare for its next generation of employees, which, ideally, continually flows in. The collision repair industry currently faces an aging population in several ways. Not […]
The writing’s on the wall for the internal combustion engine. Here’s what the future could look like, through the crystal ball of an EV/hybrid expert. It is 30 years from now, 2048, and most vehicles are battery-powered electric cars. The fuel cell was tried, but the infrastructure was never built out. So the few fuel-cell […]
Would you like to have more time away from your shop to pursue other interests? See what some of your peers have to say about this surprisingly polarizing question. Can your business operate without you? As I began investigating how shop owners felt about this topic, I discovered that not everyone thinks the same. The […]
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