Davidson, N.C.—While pneumatic tools have been a mainstay in the vehicle service and repair industry for decades, new technologies and innovation have made cordless battery-powered tools
Greenwood Village, Colo.—As the calendar turns to 2018, Larry Brown has three primary objectives as the new chairman of the Denver NAPA AutoCare Elite Business Development Group:
Portland, Ore.—Kraig Weninger said two of the tools getting increased use at his business, Si’s Auto Body, is the company’s AllData subscription and a Snap-on scanner.
Columbia, Mo.—The new Mid-Missouri I-CAR Committee has hit the ground running with its recent first meeting to identify the needs of the state’s collision repairers and schools.
Las Vegas—Two industry experts recently offered their perspectives on the aftermarket outlook for 2018 and beyond during independent presentations at Industry Week in Las Vegas.
Denver—In a sea of construction along Brighton Boulevard Corridor north of downtown Denver sits an unassuming body shop, Premier Collision, an AAA-approved shop and an AAA Insurance DRP.
Los Angeles—Garbis “Garry” Papirian, owner of Bussard’s All-Pro Automotive Center, has grown his business by following a simple philosophy with his customers and the people he works with.
Las Vegas—New materials require different collision repair methods, and advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) sensors and modules must be calibrated to work properly.
Parker, Colo.—When Philip Eickmann went to work for Gary Hansen at Parker Automotive, he secretly intended to purchase the shop someday.
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