Distracted driving, which has become a plague, presents a great opportunity to market your business and help prevent accidents.
You built a successful collision repair business and then decided to expand to additional locations. Sounds simple, right? But replicating that consistent performance and successful business isn’t as easy as it sounds.
A major problem facing all shops today is the corrosion protection of a vehicle, particularly the corrosion arising from welding and in seams of panels welded together during the repair.
Associations like WIN are essential to the collision repair industry to develop and connect the women we work with every day.
It’s still the case that nothing beats the human brain when it comes to processing the gazillion scenarios that present themselves while driving.
As a business owner or manager in any industry, the first thing you should be aware of are the laws that govern your company and the possible penalties for violating those laws.
A thoughtful re-sell on the repair is the perfect opportunity to tell Mrs. Smith what you did to make her vehicle whole. By setting her expectations in the office and explaining the repairs in a proud and positive manner at the car door, the shop can increase her initial satisfaction by as much as 40%.
Check out OSHA’s list of its most frequent violations, then take a walk around your shop. If an OSHA inspector comes by, are you ready to pay?
You can pay for images on a website now, upfront prior to using them, or really pay for them later when you get caught violating copyright law – which can be really expensive.