For stability control and steering sensors to be accurate, most of them need to be calibrated on the vehicle.
In my travels, I hear many shocking statements from collision repairers across the country that prove we have a long way to go when it comes to education on scanning and recalibration.
OE certification is not one of those investments that is necessarily going to give you a big return right out of the gate. So how can you as a shop owner or manager maximize your investment?
I’ve often shuddered at collision industry jargon and buzzwords that often paint repairers as rough, crude and unsophisticated Neanderthals.
I know this industry doesn’t attract many math or finance majors as shop owners. But I implore you to start tracking your financials because, if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.
I have it on good authority that insurers are paying attention to Google Reviews. So how do you increase your star rating?
A 100th anniversary at Babcox Media and a new look for BodyShop Business? We’ve got a lot going on!
The phrase, “I’m not paying for that,” haunts repairers as they try to rationalize how on earth they can make a proper repair if the insurer isn’t going to pay for the needed work.
No other event puts all the movers and shakers of the automotive world in one place at one time to conduct business, network, learn, discuss trends and peer into the future to see where we as an industry might be headed.