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  • 8 Jul 2018 11:20 PM | Anonymous

    The amazing, inspirational Mike Jones from Discover Leadership joins us on July 24th at 1:00 pm CST for the next installment in the Elite Webinar Series, "Developing a Game Changing Culture"! 

    Learn to... embrace the massive changes in the Collision Industry, push through circumstances you can't control & thrive in the midst of undesirable conditions.

     Key Takeaways: 

    • 1.        Create the NEXT practice instead of looking at the best practice
    • 2.        Lean into the changes, focus on going beyond doing "good 'nuf"
    • 3.        Create standards that exceed expectations
    • 4.        Get outside your comfort zone
    • 5.        Become aware of your blind spots
    Register Now!
  • 8 Jul 2018 11:15 PM | Anonymous

    Conducted by Mike Anderson (Collision Advice) and CRASH Network. 

    Survey is now underway. 

    press_release-2018_Who Pays_FRAME_survey_launched.docx

  • 8 Jul 2018 10:34 PM | Anonymous

    Register for ICAR Training. By phone, online, or by filling out the form attatched below! 

    Below is the ICAR Training Class Schedule: 

    Committee_Flyer.pdf 520-0280.pdf

  • 13 Jun 2018 7:38 PM | Anonymous

    Clink the link below to view the Bumper/ Fascia Replacement memo from GM: 

    2018 June GM BumperFasciaRepair Final.pdf

  • 23 May 2018 10:18 AM | Anonymous

    Insurers are way off-base when they withhold payment for processes and materials that they know should be done but don’t provide for them… unless they are requested and only then when proof that they were performed is provided!

    Read more: Auto Body Shops Don’t Owe Insurers Documentation

  • 14 May 2018 8:12 PM | Anonymous

    Follow the link to view a state search feature for laws, statues, etc. 

    North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings

  • 14 May 2018 11:46 AM | Anonymous

    The Rhode Island Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday voted for an amended bill which extends the time Rhode Island insurers must secure consumer consent for aftermarket parts and expands which consumers and parts receive that consideration.

    The substitute version of Senate Bill 2679 extends the customer-consent requirement from 30 months to the first 48 months of vehicle life, still less than the average vehicle loan span but one of the longest durations in the country. However, a supporter has pointed out that the bill pegs the time to production date, which can mean as much as six months of the 48 might have elapsed before the consumer actually took possession of the car.

    Read more: R.I. Senate Judiciary backs OEM parts, procedures bill with one tweak

  • 13 Apr 2018 3:08 PM | Anonymous
    Pick any week and any autobody forum and you'll find a shop owner or collision repair technician debating the installation of a used Quarter Panel. Several OEMs have position statements against using used parts in collision repair. But can position statements alone make a case for the use and non use of parts in a repair? In this episode of Repair University LIVE the team tackles the issue of used quarter panels. How can estimators and technicians decipher the panel replacement procedures and make an educated decision on the do's and dont's of part usage? They also discuss the included and not included operations of panel replacement and the additional labor and material expenses associated with using a used quarter panel.

    For more info visit here: 

  • 10 Apr 2018 10:09 AM | Anonymous

    Below are I-Car classes scheduled at our facility through June.  These will be held at Carolina Collision Equipment in Mooresville. 

    Saturday 4/7/2018 Two classes both DAM 06- Suspension damage analysis  


    Saturday 5/5/2018 Three classes, ADH01 adhesive bonding 8am to 12pm.

                                                                GEOOL01 Cycle time 12pm to 4 pm.

                                                       PLA03-Plastics repair and welding 4pm to 8pm.


    Saturday 6/2/2018 Three classes   SPS10 structural sectioning 8am to 12pm.

                                                  MEA01 Measuring 12pm to 4pm. No students yet.

                                                                 SPS07 Introduction to HHS 4pm to 8pm.


    Monday 6/4/2018 WKR01 Worker protection 5:30pm to 9:30pm 25 Students registered.


    Tuesday 6/5/2018 WCS04 Resistance welding 5:30pm to 9:30pm 4 students pre-registered.

  • 3 Apr 2018 9:44 AM | Anonymous

    Take a look at the two new position statements from Hyundai, and please share with your members. These positions are posted on along with all other manufacturer positions, and marks a step in the right direction from Hyundai, in regard to providing the North American market with repair information.  



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