Doug Richman of Aluminum Transportation Group (ATG) will offer insight into role aluminum will play in collision repair businesses now and in future.
APR01 will focus on hammer and dolly use, using heat to straighten aluminum, PDR and other techniques.
Show organizer cites doubling of expo size, significant increase in attendance and expansion of live demo space.
Deadline for third-party or self-nominations is Friday, Sept. 5. To be eligible, each candidate must be an individual member or designated representat...
Automotive instructor Sandy Martin of Starmount High School in Boonville, N.C., received "Mega-Prize" at last June's 100% Advisor Reception.
Graduating class includes 68 automotive service and repair professionals who successfully completed AMI courses and accumulated a minimum of 120 credi...
Event, scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 16 in Arlington, Texas, expected to be one of the largest fundraisers for the Collision Repair Education Foundatio...
Annual event, which opened with the AMI graduation ceremony, took place Friday, Aug. 1 in Dearborn, Mich.
Motor Vehicle and Highway Safety Enhancement Act of 2014 would reauthorize funding for highway and motor vehicle safety at the National Highway Traffi...
Repairers say that formulas used by insurers to determine average number of rentals days often lead to unrealistic expectations.
Redesigned site features new, relevant content and user-friendly navigation.
Issue-specific forum to take place Wednesday, Nov. 5 at the SEMA Show as part of SCRS' Repairer Driven Education series.
Panelists provided valuable information about the future of vehicle technology and what it means for the modern repair technician.
Nation's largest charity evaluator awards "exceptional" ranking to organization for adherence to good governance and fiscal responsibility.
BASF Automotive Refinish Eastern Zone Manager Rick Johnson's 6-iron dunk from 165 yards nets him $10,000 in Collision Repair Education Foundation's an...
SEMA Ignited celebration to be open to the general public; will feature food, music, celebrities, iconic builders and exhibitor displays.
Association expects final registered attendee numbers to be up 75 percent over last year; likelihood of returning to Detroit next year strong.
Students from Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, Wis., receive awards through Collision Repair Education Foundation.
Local organization and several individuals in need receive refurbished and donated vehicles
Stabler to succeed George Avery, who will end his duties in November.
Four stdents receive $1,000 scholarships and $1,500 tool grants through the Collision Repair Education Foundation.
Donations made possible through the Collision Repair Education Foundation.
Various speaker sessions will take place throughout the day on Tuesday, Aug. 5.
Sessions will cover repairing new metals, estimating and modern vehicle structure.
Events will take place Thursday, July 31 and Friday, Aug. 1 at the I-CAR Main Stage at the Cobo Center.