New ‘Who Pays for What’ Survey Asks About Not-Included Body Labor Billing, Insurer Payment Practices
The current survey, being conducted for the first time, focuses on about two dozen not-included body labor operations, asking shops how frequently they are paid for each of the operations by the eight largest auto insurers in the country.
First 2016 “Who Pays for What” Survey is Now Open
This survey focuses on more than two dozen “not-included” refinish-related operations, asking shops how frequently they’re paid for each of the operations by each of the eight largest auto insurers in the country.
New ‘Who Pays for What’ Survey Results Show Wide Range in Certified Aluminum Labor Rates
Nearly 800 shops participated in the latest quarterly “Who Pays for What?” survey this past October, and 130 of those shops that are certified by one or more of the automakers to repair aluminum vehicles reported their hourly rates for aluminum repair.
Third ‘Who Pays for What’ Survey Ends Oct. 31st
The surveys have so far shown there can be significant regional differences in billing and reimbursement practices.