Concord, Calif.—By working hard to attain the right skills, training and OEM information to work on some of the finest vehicles made in the world, German Auto Body has been growing since its incept
Napa, Calif.—Technology is driving the automotive industry, and much of the work the Auto Care Association is focusing on in Washington D.C.
Springfield, Ore.—John Kimpton and Cris Kuhnhausen, of Fix Auto Springfield, took an uncommon route to becoming collision repair shop owners.
Norco, Calif.—Before deciding to open J.G. Auto Service in 2012, Jorge Gonzalez had already been repairing cars in the Norco area for six years.
Overland Park, Kan.—With more computing power than the latest fighter jet, some of today’s vehicles more closely resemble “complex data networks with four wheels,” said Chris Chesney, senior direct
Loveland, Colo.--The trio of owners at Rowley’s Accident & Hail Repair are acutely aware that many production collision repair shops are over capacity in Colorado.
Lynnwood, Wash.—While repairing vehicles was always a top priority for Ed Schaplow, the process of owning a shop, becoming a noted automotive diagnostician, and being an automotive trainer and cons
Crystal City, Mo.—Jeff Bates, owner of Bates Automotive, was approached about becoming an ACDelco PSC shop in 2011 and it has paid off recently as his shop was named a runner-up in the 2017 Top Sho
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