Anderson’s new seminar was designed to address shops’ complaints about insurers not paying for pre- and post-repair scans.
For the second year, WMABA partnered with AASP/NJ to present the Collision Professional Repairer Education Program (Collision P.R.E.P.).
The WMABA is encouraging collision repairers to register for its Collision P.R.E.P. courses at the AASP/NJ NORTHEAST Show March 15-17 at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, N.J.
The Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association has announced that it is opening a survey for collision repairers in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia and Washington, D.C. to anonymously rate insurers in several categories.
The Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA) celebrated its 50-year anniversary with a membership dinner on Dec. 13 and a special surprise: WMABA President Torchy Chandler being awarded the Society of Collision Repair Specialists’ Regional Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA) announced that it is now seeking speakers for its Collision P.R.E.P. education event at the NORTHEAST Automotive Services Show March 15-17 in Secaucus, N.J.
The Washington Metropolitan Autobody Association (WMABA) is hosting a workshop called, “Shop Processes, Culture and Quality Control while Reducing Liability,” on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018 from 1-3:30 p.m.
The event raises money for the local Jerry Dalton Memorial Education Fund.
A March 17 panel discussion on OEM certification touched on the elephant in the room for the auto body industry: the disparity between shops that have invested in the training, tooling and equipment to perform proper repairs on today’s vehicles, and those that haven’t.
Held March 16-18 at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, N.J., NORTHEAST 2018 boasted a 20-percent increase in attendance from last year, a new additional floor for exhibitors and the debut of the Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association’s (WMABA) Collision P.R.E.P. track.
Today (March 8) is the last day to register online for the inaugural Collision P.R.E.P. (Professional Repairer Education Program) at the 2018 NORTHEAST Automotive Services Show.
The West Virginia Senate is considering a bill that would forbid body shops and insurance carriers from specifying aftermarket crash parts and recycled OEM parts for three-year-old and newer vehicles.