Auto Body Shops Backlogged After Severe Winter Weather
While the weather begins to get back to normal after a few weeks of severe snow and cold, body shops in and around the midwest are in the process of working through a backlog of work, according to an article by the Journal Sentinel.
VIDEO: Offering Winter Driving Tips to Customers, Presented by Honda
In this video, BodyShop Business Editor Jason Stahl discusses winter driving tips that shops can share with their customers to show they care and build trust.
CARSTAR Urges Customers to Stay Winter Ready
Cold weather can create some of the harshest driving conditions of the year. The months between October and February top the list for accidents, vehicle damage and injuries.
Will Stella Be a Boon to Body Shops?
A nor’easter is brewing, and the National Weather Service is predicting heavy snowfall from the central Appalachians to New England, covering some of the most densely populated regions in the countr
AAA: Vehicle Owners Pay a Steep Price for Clear Roads in Winter
De-icing chemicals that help keep roads free of ice and snow are having a chilling effect on vehicle bodies, which is all the more reason why body shops should use proper corrosion protection procedures.
Hankook Tire: American Drivers Change Driving Habits for Winter Weather
The Hankook Gauge Index also finds that roughly 50 percent of Americans are not comfortable with the idea of autonomous cars driving in the snow.