Mitchell Makes Collision Parts and Labor Database Available Online - BodyShop Business

Mitchell Makes Collision Parts and Labor Database Available Online

Mitchell International, Inc., announced that its collision parts and labor reference database is now available online. Accessible through the new “Online Parts and Labor Lookup” module, the database is now an integral feature of the Mitchell Information Center and leverages its built-in VIN decode and search functionality, the company says.

Mitchell Information Center ( is a searchable database of historical vehicle repair reference data that spans up to 30 years.
With the addition of the Online Parts and Labor Lookup module, Mitchell says it is the only information provider offering customers the choice of three mediums – print, CD  and online – to access collision parts and labor reference.
“Collision repairers and insurers have trusted the Mitchell Parts and Labor Database for decades as an impartial source for quality collision estimating information, and we’re excited to now offer it online within the Mitchell Information Center,” said Peter Lovasz, director of product management for Mitchell International. “Online Parts and Labor Lookup will provide our customers with more flexibility in accessing Mitchell’s industry leading collision repair and reference data and a compelling add-on to complement the print publications, which will still be offered.”
The online database updates with new vehicle models each month and with price updates daily. Mitchell’s in-house editorial staff of I-CAR certified and ASE Master Techs assemble the information.
For more information or a free trial, visit or call (800) 238-9111.

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