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Watch Your Collision Repair Shop Data

Publisher Scott Shriber notes that lots of industry data is flying around and being looked at today, and everyone needs to keep a watchful eye on this issue.

A Crash Course in Color Theory

BodyShop Business Publisher Scott Shriber, whose painting career ended with the advent of catalyzed paints, proves an old dog can learn new tricks.

Are They Not Listening… Or Are We Not Talking?

Publisher Scott Shriber writes that in today’s competitive environment, it’s imperative that we communicate with both past and potential customers.

Is Technology Killing Our Passion for Cars?

BSB Publisher Scott Shriber discusses those Generation Xers and Yers out there who consistently show that the automobile is losing ground to those pesky little devices known as cellphones.

Prepare Your Business for the Future

Ask yourself, “Am I ready for all this? Am I trained? Do I have the right equipment?”

Here’s to You, Mike

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend the 2011 National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Technician Recognition Awards celebration.

Thanks, Ron and ASA!

A recap of NACE 2011.

Don’t Get Caught in the Trap!

Avoiding the “me too” syndrome that can drag you down in a tough economy.

What’s a Crankshaft Position Sensor?

Back in 1979, I remember attending a Ford training class on the much-awaited EEC III computer system. It was the replacement for EEC II and was loaded with new features including the ability to mate up to the new AOD transmission. Of course, it was heralded by us factory types as the end-all in new

The Restoration Continues

Publisher Scott Shriber gives an update on the father-and-son restoration of his 1962 Oldsmobile Super 88.

We’re Listening!

Every month, I try to write about something that I think will possibly assist some of you in running your businesses. Usually, it’s something I’ve come across or experienced that can be applied to our industry, and I try to present it in a way that motivates you to make a change or alter a

Time: The New Currency

Back in 1964 when the Stones first released “Time Is On My Side,” time was a nice thing to have. We used it freely and pretty much took it for granted. It was a nice way to live. We spent Sundays with family, and vacations were spent visiting relatives and staying in touch. In most