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GM Launches New Collision Repair Network

General Motors’ Customer Care and Aftersales division has announced the launch of the GM Collision Repair Network, which is designed to help drive customer safety, customer satisfaction and strong results for dealers and independent collision repair facilities.

General Motors and Jaguar Land Rover Approve Car-O-Liner Vacuum Systems for Collision Centers

General Motors will incorporate Car-O-Liner’s CleanPrep Vacuum systems for their aluminum repair center, as well as their body shop, collision and refinishing service. Jaguar Land Rover has added Car-O-Liner’s CleanPrep Wet Mix Immersion Vacuum system.

BASF Named a General Motors Supplier of the Year for 13th Time

The award goes to suppliers that distinguish themselves by meeting performance metrics for quality, execution, innovation and total enterprise cost.

Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey Announces Schedule of Training Seminars for 2018

“The sessions will feature content in a variety of the most relevant topics in the collision repair industry, offering attendees countless opportunities to become more knowledgeable business owners moving forward,” the alliance said in a news release.

U.S. New-Vehicle Sales on Pace for Strong Year Despite Sluggish April

A record sales pace is within reach if April reported sales are stronger than expected.

Montana Collision Repair Association Gearing up for Rocky Mountain Trade Show

The free event will feature a trade show and car show, product showcases and a series of TED Talk-style presentations.

General Motors Selects OEC to Create Global Service Menu Pricing Solution

General Motors has selected OEConnection (OEC) to create a global service menu pricing system for its retailer/dealer network.

Injured Motorcyclist Suing GM for Autonomous Vehicle’s ‘Negligent Driving’

A California motorcyclist has filed a federal lawsuit against General Motors after being involved in an accident with a self-driving Cruise AV.

Strong August U.S. Vehicle Sales ‘Small Step in Right Direction’ for Auto Industry

Edmunds is forecasting August sales of 1.53 million new cars and trucks in the United States, which would be an 8.2 percent jump over July and a 1.3 percent increase over August 2016.

GM Produces First Round of Self-Driving Chevrolet Bolt EV Test Vehicles

The vehicles will join the more than 50 current-generation self-driving Bolt EVs already deployed in testing fleets in San Francisco, Scottsdale, Arizona and metro Detroit.

GM to Make Additional $1B Investment in U.S. Manufacturing Operations

These investments follow $2.9 billion announced in 2016 and more than $21 billion that GM has invested in its U.S. operations since 2009.

GM to Start Autonomous Vehicle Manufacturing and Testing in Michigan

Testing is already underway on GM’s Technical Center campus in Warren, Mich., and with the passage of the SAVE Act legislation will now expand to public roads on the facility’s outskirts.