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GM Releases Position Statement on Replacements of Bumper/Fascia with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

GM Releases Position Statement on Replacements of Bumper/Fascia with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

| October 30, 2018
 

 ENSURE SAFETY SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITY Replacing a damaged bumper/fascia on modern GM vehicles is no small matter. That’s because these parts now serve as home for sophisticated Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) such as blind spot detection, park assist, collision alerts and automatic braking. Install a less-than adequate replacement or refinish these parts incorrectly, and the […]

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2018 CHEVROLET BOLT I-CAR TRAINING

2018 CHEVROLET BOLT I-CAR TRAINING

| October 30, 2018
 

  Following the success of the Chevrolet Volt, GM launched the Bolt in 2017. The Bolt is a technology-rich, plug-in electric vehicle (EV). Powered by a lithium-ion battery, the Bolt is a true EV. The Bolt has two unique technologies to assist in regenerative braking, helping to minimize range anxiety. The first is what Chevrolet […]

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ENROLLMENT IS OPEN FOR GM’S COLLISION REPAIR NETWORK

ENROLLMENT IS OPEN FOR GM’S COLLISION REPAIR NETWORK

| October 30, 2018
 

 With the 2018 NACE Automechanika show in Atlanta as a backdrop, GM announced enrollment is open for its new collision repair network. Interested shops can now sign up at the network portal by going to www.genuinegmparts.com. The portal will list all the training, equipment and tool requirements for the network. After shops enroll, there are […]

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Knights of the Roundtable

Knights of the Roundtable

| June 1, 2018
 

 OEM Roundtable on crusade to help repairers and vehicle owner In a highly-competitive industry with powerful insurance groups influencing labor rates and repair policies, shops can find themselves asking that question. Repairers perform all the work and assume all the liabilities and yet can feel powerless and isolated when it comes to addressing industry issues. […]

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GM Service Technical College Announces New Training Requirements

GM Service Technical College Announces New Training Requirements

| June 1, 2018
 

 GM’s Service Technical College (STC) and its Service Training Standards (STS) have announced new training requirements for 2018 to increase body structural repair knowledge and skills for technicians. The new training requirements expand on GM’s ongoing efforts to support training consistency throughout the industry. As the material structural elements and technology of vehicles evolve, GM […]

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