Mitchell Signs Data Licensing Agreement with Rivian
Mitchell announced that it is the first collision industry information provider to sign a data licensing agreement with EV manufacturer Rivian.
VinFast Partners with I-CAR for Collision Repair Training
VinFast, the first Vietnamese electric vehicle manufacturer, announced that I-CAR’s Gold Class shop level credentialing will be a requirement for its U.S. repair network.
ASE Announces New EV Testing and Certification Program
ASE has announced the creation of new EV standards as well as two new tests for all EV vehicles.
Green Repairs Driving Next Chapter for Seattle CARSTAR
When the Murray family patriarch Bj Bjorneby founded Bjorneby’s Auto Rebuild in the Seattle area some 50 years ago, he never could have envisioned electric vehicles (EVs) — never mind fixing them.
Reader’s Choice: What Does the Future Look Like for EVs?
What is the future for EVs, what can shops expect, what are the pros and cons, and what must we do to prepare?
MSU Joins Statewide Effort to Promote New Careers in EVs
The plan is to spur Michigan’s EV and mobility talent attraction push with scholarships of up to $10,000 to as many as 350 top tech students at participating universities.
EV Batteries: Handling, Disposal and Storage
Key considerations for the proper and safe handling, storage and disposal/recycling of EV batteries.
CIECA Forms EV and Battery Committee
CIECA has announced the formation of a new standards development committee focused on EVs and electric batteries.
Electric Vehicle Repair: It’s Inevitable
Now is the time to evaluate your needs and prepare for the EV evolution in collision repairs.
Mitchell Publishes Electric Vehicle Collision Insights Report
The new report highlights the electric vehicle trends impacting auto insurers and collision repairers.
SEMA Sponsors ZEV Conversion Rebate Bill in California
Senate Bill 301 would create a financial rebate program for converting gas and diesel-powered motor vehicles into zero-emissions-vehicles.
GM to Invest $20.5 Million to Prepare for EVs
General Motors Co. has announced plans to invest a total of $20.5 million across three of its Customer Care and Aftersales parts distribution centers, located in Memphis, Tenn., Ypsilanti, Mich., and Burton, Mich.