The Go Collision VRS Labor Rate Survey provides Utah shops an independent, third-party source of state-wide labor rate data.
After several conversations with NABR to understand how the VRS worked, Terrell invested in a VRS subscription and worked together with NABR through the company’s proprietary cost-of-doing-business exercise.
National AutoBody Research to Launch Nationwide Online Searchable Database of Paid Procedure Documentation
New functionality enables shops to collect payment on more of their work by providing actual documents such as insurer estimates, shop estimates, checks and insurer claim numbers that prove that a particular insurer paid a shop somewhere for a certain procedure.
NABR CEO Richard Valenzuela and President Sam Valenzuela will present the Variable Rate System (VRS) technology as the much-needed solution to the collision repair industry’s stagnant labor rate problem.
NABR has also launched the survey in Idaho, Texas, Georgia and Florida to “break through the long-time trend of stagnant labor rates and restore rates to higher, free market-based levels.”