The latest “Crash Course” video, presented by Car-O-Liner, features BodyShop Business Editor Jason Stahl discussing how pre-measuring a vehicle before you begin work on it is just as important as performing a pre-repair diagnostic scan.
The giveaway took place in 15 different cities over a single weekend, setting the record for the single-largest Recycled Rides event ever conducted by a collision repair operator.
GM has also added new and updated content to its website, including collision repair position statements on several issues, including the use of aftermarket, salvaged or used parts.
The driver of the orange McLaren ran a stop sign and honked at the teenager legally using the crosswalk, who then smashed the car’s windshield with his skateboard.
The video demonstrates how the vehicle structure acts in a collision, the transfer of energy, the steps of analyzing damage caused by such energy transfer and defining a repair plan.
The celebratory video features technicians, service advisors and office staff from its North Oklahoma City repair center recreating the jingle to Happy Birthday with various tools and body shop equipment.
In the video, one of the passengers can be seen with a syringe still stuck in her leg after the car crash.
If you truly plan on having an effective presence with your website and social media, then video cannot be ignored.
The videos are part of Chief’s structural holding how-to series, and cover the components included in its F-150 aluminum cab holding system.
Randy’s Customs body shop says it has seen three times as many bear vs. car cases this year than it normally sees, one amounting to $11,000 in damages.
The new series, which will be hosted by Richard Perry, OEM and strategic account sales manager, will focus on Chief’s Structural Holding Package and the many ways to secure a collision-damaged vehicle to a frame rack for repair.
Owner of K&M Collision explains the increasing need for properly trained collision repair students from local high schools and colleges.