GM Launches New Collision Repair Network
General Motors’ Customer Care and Aftersales division has announced the launch of the GM Collision Repair Network, which is designed to help drive customer safety, customer satisfaction and strong results for dealers and independent collision repair facilities.
General Motors Uses Humor to Educate Consumers About Importance of Original Collision Parts
GM has also added new and updated content to its website, including collision repair position statements on several issues, including the use of aftermarket, salvaged or used parts.
General Motors Releases Survey on OEM Repair Procedures
New survey aims to help the automaker make improvements and changes that it feels could ultimately help and support the industry as a whole.
GM Announces Expansion of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Development in Canada
The new GM Canada work will be focused in the areas of autonomous vehicle software and controls development, active safety and vehicle dynamics technology, infotainment and connected vehicle technology.
GM Launches New GM Genuine Parts Website
The new website contains a variety of exclusive information that is dedicated to the collision industry and provides specific information about GM programs, technical information and repair documents.
Genuine GM Collision Parts Announces MyPriceLink Integration
MyPriceLink will be integrated within AudaExplore, Mitchell, CCC and Web-Est, creating what GM says will be a seamless and transparent experience for body shops, insurance staff and independent adjusters.
GM's MyPriceLink to Launch Nationally Dec. 1st
Repair facilities will have the ability to get immediate price visibility on all estimates written with Genuine GM Parts.
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