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Utah Valley State College

Striving to meet today’s increased demand for qualified technicians, collision-repair instructors at Utah Valley State College (UVSC) in Orem, Utah, are working to bring together students and the industry.

Winona Technical College

Nestled among wooded bluffs surrounding the Mississippi River in Southeastern Minnesota is Red Wing/Winona Technical College. Founded in 1949 as one of the first two technical institutes in the state, the college offers dozens of majors, including autobody

Insurance Involvement

The collision-repair industry has seen many on-going changes. One aspect of change has been the growing involvement of insurance companies in the industry. We asked body shop owners and managers across the nation the following questions: “How
do you feel about the growing involvement of insurance companies”.
in the collision-repair business?" and "Has it affected
your labor rates? If so, how?"

Info on Permits: Spraybooths

Spraybooths come with many decisions: what type to buy, from which manufacturer, where to place it in the shop, etc. And not only do they come with decisions, but they’re also attached to responsibility.

Maintaining Your Booth

It’s been said that a spraybooth is a wonderful thing. If neglected, however, that wonderful thing can cause more paint problems than it was designed to prevent.

Downdraft Secrets

Full downdraft spraybooths have a hefty price tag, but their performance – or that of any spraybooth – won’t be worth much if not properly maintained. Check out the following tips to help get the best results from your downdraft:

Senior Service

The focus of automotive service – now and in the future – is to meet or exceed the needs of all customers. When it comes to a reality check, many of us would fall short of the mark when it comes to dealing with our senior-citizen customers.