Richard and Sam Valenzuela of NABR provided an update on labor rate information for Massachusetts shops.
ASA, SCRS and the AASP have acknowledged the act of scanning a vehicle using a qualified scan tool as a necessary and not-included operation.
SCRS has announced the addition of AASPI as the first association to join SCRS in 2020 as an affiliate association.
On July 25, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Massachusetts (AASP/MA) hosted its 2018 golf outing at the Blackstone National Golf Club in Sutton, Mass.
AASP/MA has announced that Evangelos “Lucky” Papageorg will be their new executive director and administrative assistant, and Thomas Greco Publishing, Inc., will perform administrative duties.
Attorney Erica Eversman will discuss what liability body shops are currently open to and how they can protect themselves, and provide tips on getting paid for proper repairs.
Jeff Walter, current executive director, will be stepping down and returning to his family business in the private sector.
Those in the automotive industry will come together for professional business development, while learning the latest trends, practices, equipment and technology.
The most alarming change to the model policy is the addition of language which states “the cost to physically repair the auto is the competitive price, which we secure from a licensed repair facility under our direct payment plan.”
With seminars covering topics from streamlining administrative processes, management strategies and marketing techniques, to technical presentations on HVAC repair and aluminum, there was something for everyone.
Legislation intended to level playing field between insurers and state’s auto body shops by prohibiting insurers from, among other things, requiring that their insureds go to a particular shop.
Car-O-Liner U.S. distributor will feature new products and live demonstrations at the three-day event March 20-22, 2015.