Allstate has added asTech as a preferred diagnostic scanning provider for collision centers participating in its Good Hands Repair Network.
Allstate has agreed to fund a $10,000 Collision School Career Readiness Benchmark Grant for Thornton Fractional High School Center for Academics and Technology.
Allstate is recommending Opus IVS DriveSafe and ScanSafe products to their Good Hands Repair Network shops.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced that Allstate Insurance Company has contributed $100,000 to assist the foundation in its ability to support high school and college collision school programs, instructors and students nationwide.
Allstate has released its 14th annual America’s Best Drivers Report that named Brownsville, Texas, the city with America’s safest drivers.
Caliber Collision Centers announced that it, along with Allstate, donated a refurbished 2013 Toyota Camry to a single mother and cancer survivor from Reno, Nev., at the classic car show, Hot August Nights.
Your DRPs are grading you against your competition. So let’s turn the tables, get out our red pencils and grade the insurance companies.
The New York State Department of Financial Services announced that GEICO has agreed to comply with the agency’s new regulation that prohibits insurers from using an individual’s occupational status and/or education level as criteria for setting auto insurance rates.
When Allstate last year downsized more than 500 claims adjusters, the insurer said shifting to its QuickFoto Claim tool would make the estimating process more efficient. But at least one repairer doesn’t see it that way.
The Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA) board of trustees elected officers for 2018, during CIECA’s open board meeting in Palm Springs, Calif.
Allstate has released a new survey revealing that more than a third (35 percent) of U.S. drivers say wet winter driving stresses them out, and almost half (48 percent) are concerned by the prospect.
Smaller, lesser-known insurers received the highest marks from collision repairers asked to grade the auto insurers’ claims practices in the 2017 CRASH Network “Insurer Report Card.”