What’s the best way to save money on the “small stuff” – filler, sandpaper, drill bits, etc.?
Who should pay for OEM-pay websites for procedures on repair operations: insurance companies or shops?
Is there one tool you can purchase now that is easy to use that will do most all pre- and post-repair scans with printouts for the insurance companies, plus recalibrations?
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Is the vehicle owner, on insurance-paid repairs, entitled to have the repairs done according to the vehicle manufacturer’s repair recommendations?
Why are companies such as I-CAR and ASE and others not offering more hands-on training beyond a couple classes a year?
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Team-pay structures are becoming more popular because, when properly managed, they can make the team more productive and encourage individual career development.
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If insurers can’t authorize any repair, how can they specify any part to be used in a repair? The answer is very simple: They can’t.
Even though both steel and aluminum are in the metal family, they have some similarities and differences.
Like many other technical trades, our industry is facing an aging workforce, and many students are being urged to go the traditional four-year college route and not consider a technical trade as a career option.