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DORN’S SCOOP ON SCANNING

DORN’S SCOOP ON SCANNING

| July 25, 2017
 

 Barry Dorn, the past chairman of the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and owner of Dorn’s Body and Paint, shares his thoughts on pre– and post–scanning. When a new issue begins trending in the collision repair market, shops generally make one of two decisions: (A) write it off as industry overkill or (B) begin adapting […]

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Volume 4, 2016 GM Repair Insights Available.

Volume 4, 2016 GM Repair Insights Available.

| December 1, 2016
 

  Help Wanted? Help Found!  I-CAR student career fairs give shops the chance to hire the cream of the crop. Great Grilles Come Pre-Primed! Front Grille Assembly replacements for the latest Chevrolet and GMC trucks are making a statement. Advanced Answers. BASF’s APS program promises a lean solution for the long haul. Shop Managers Clean […]

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GM Announces Position on Body Shop Scans for Pre- and Post-Repair DTCs

GM Announces Position on Body Shop Scans for Pre- and Post-Repair DTCs

| October 21, 2016
 

 Detroit, Michigan, October 21, 2016 – General Motors Company has issued a position statement for the collision repair industry directing technicians to scan damaged vehicles for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) both before and after repairs. GM’s goal is to ensure that all necessary repairs are diagnosed during the estimate process and that vehicles are returned to […]

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IT’S A WRAP! GM Training, Technology Highlights at NACE 2016.

IT’S A WRAP! GM Training, Technology Highlights at NACE 2016.

| August 19, 2016
 

 Typically, a summer trip to sunny California would involve some time at the beach, a drive along the ocean and possibly a visit to Hollywood. GM headed out to the coast Aug. 9-13 to showcase the latest in training and repair technology at the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) in Anaheim. Making the journey were some of […]

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General Motors Launches Humorous Video On Importance of Collision Parts Choices

General Motors Launches Humorous Video On Importance of Collision Parts Choices

| August 11, 2016
 

 ANAHEIM, Calif. – Life is filled with choices. General Motors is hoping a video starring an ill-chosen pet Kinkajou will convince consumers to choose original collision parts for their Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles. “The Replacements” can be viewed at www.genuinegmparts.com/collision-repair-faqs, which was recently redesigned to make it more user-friendly for owners of vehicles […]

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