2020 Editions Archives - Page 4 of 5 - BodyShop Business
What Is Your Management Style?

Are you cool, calm and collected as a manager? No one likes a hothead.

Frank Bird: New Publisher of BodyShop Business

In the short time I’ve been behind the wheel of BodyShop Business, I’ve met some wonderful people, and I look forward to meeting more of you and learning about the collision repair industry.

Twin Lakes Auto Body and RV Repair

Brothers Randy and Glenn Holbrooks began their business 25 years ago in Seneca, S.C., and are realizing how quickly the industry is changing.

Budgeting Time and Resources to Keep Training on Track

In order to make training a reality in body shops, you have to budget time and money for it.

Who Is Doing Your Diagnostic Scans?

The person who is performing your diagnostic work is as critical as the person welding the frame rail on a vehicle.

OE Certification: Are You Ready?

Today, you do not need to be certified to get vehicles to your door. But you will eventually.

Measuring Vehicles: Are We Missing the Obvious?

Do you remember when we used to set-up and measure almost every car we repaired? Why did we stop?

50 Years and Counting: A Look Back at My Collision Career

After 50 years, I’ve learned that collision repairers are a resilient bunch who can overcome any challenge.

Auto Insurance Policy Contracts: What You Should Know

Here is more information on insurance policy contracts that every collision repairer needs to know to better serve their customers and avoid any unnecessary liability.

What’s in Store for the Collision Industry in 2020?

All of the challenges you faced in 2019 will likely rear their ugly heads again in 2020. But challenges are opportunities.

Time to Chill: Protecting Your Employees in Winter Weather

How can the cold affect your employees? It’s important to be aware of the risks.

Auto Body Equipment: Price Isn’t Everything

Price shouldn’t be the only factor in your buying decision when it comes to equipment.