Publisher Scott Shriber expresses concerns over an industry getting older and explains why it’s important to plan for the future.
Editor Jason Stahl takes a trip to Mansfield, Ohio, and finds a body shop owner who runs her business on faith.
As I pondered what to make of our “modern” body shops, it led me to a melancholy place somewhere between where it all began decades ago, where we are now and where we’re headed.
Some collision repairers claim they’re being strong-armed by the consumer review website to advertise in order for their good reviews to appear up-front.
I’ve found that masking a car with plastic is superior in every way to using paper. You save time and materials, plus you eliminate the possibility of dirt ruining your paint job.
With instructions and some common sense, these vehicles can be repaired just as safely as any others in your shop.
Former Air Force member Jim Marshall makes it his mission to give back to wounded veterans.
Starting a collision repair business requires a complete, written business plan.