News & Blog
News & Blog
Exploring the Different Types of Materials Used in an Auto Body Shop
With so many advanced materials used to make a car, from aesthetics to performance — knowing how to handle them during a collision repair is critical for your body shop’s success.
Five Auto Body Shop Industry Trends Making Waves Across the Industry
It can be a challenge to keep up with the latest composite body materials, computerized systems and safety features, much less stay on top of current repair procedures. Technicians can take comfort knowing SUN® Collision has their backs.
Get the Scoop on Vehicle Recalls and Technical Service Bulletins
Vehicle recalls and Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) address the performance and safety of a vehicle, but it’s important to know the difference between the two and how to deal with these issues.
OEM Repair Software May Be Your Collision Repair Shop’s Most Valuable Asset
When you invest in OEM auto repair software for collision repair, your body shop will have advanced information needed to work on advanced vehicles today and in the future.
SUN Collision to Showcase Advanced Repair Information Software at Northeast Conference
SUN® Collision is pleased to showcase its advanced repair information software at the Northeast 2022 conference. The event is presented by the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers/New Jersey (AASP/NJ) and attracts collision repair professional throughout the region.
SUN Collision Now an Option for Accredited Saskatchewan Collision Repair Shops
SUN Collision is now an approved resource for OEM repair information for accredited auto body shops in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Top 7 Advanced Vehicle Safety Features That Shops Need to Know About for Collision Repair
ADAS and other technology-based vehicle systems will continue to evolve, and the only way for body shops to keep up is by using advanced OEM information software in their bays.
How to Improve Your Auto Collision Diagnostic Processes at Your Body Shop
If you own an auto collision shop, you know how important it is to have a fast and accurate diagnostic process. If it takes you too long to complete collision repair diagnostics, you could slow down the entire repair and risk disappointing the customer and potentially losing their business.
Eight Types of Sensors Used in Automobiles, from Cameras to Oxygen Sensors
Learn about some common vehicle sensors and how SUN® Collision Repair Information can help your body shop perform safer, more accurate repairs in less time.
SUN Collision Adds New Features to Advanced Interactive Wiring Diagrams
The latest release of SUN® Collision Repair Information includes exclusive features that have been added to its wiring diagrams, enhancing diagram navigation and making connectors, grounds and splices not only searchable, but also interactive.
Five Ways to Make Your Auto Collision Repair Shop More Efficient and Profitable
The old saying that “time is money” certainly applies to collision repair management, because any delay in a repair or service can hinder your ability to quickly turn over customer maximize your profit. Here are five ways that can help improve the efficiency of yours shop.
Getting ADAS Repairs Right for Vehicles with Forward-Warning Alerts
A forward collision warning (FCW) system is one of many components that comprise Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Getting ADAS repairs right is critical for your collision shop, the vehicle’s drivers, and anyone else on the road.
Are Your Frame Rail Repair Skills Up to Snuff?
Collision repair procedures for frame rails are becoming increasingly challenging due to the latest unibody designs. Discover effective strategies to overcome modern frame repair obstacles and unlock the power of SUN Collision’s OEM information to help ensure accurate repairs at reasonable costs.
Do OEM Certifications Matter for Your Collision Repair Business?
Does it matter if your collision repair shop isn’t OEM certified? If you’re looking to increase your bottom line and stay competitive, then yes, certifications will have an advantage.
Visit SUN Collision at Southeast Collision Conference, April 13-15 in Doswell, VA
Come see us at the Southeast Collision Conference and learn about the latest enhancements to SUN Collision Repair Information, including our new Repair Package!
Best Practices for Fast-Tracking Collision Repairs at Your Auto Body Shop
Even the most experienced collision repair technician can only perform repairs as fast as the shop’s limitations allow. To fast-track repairs, the first step is to minimize the limitations in your shop that slow down the repair process.
SUN Collision Unveils New Website
SUN Collision is pleased to unveil a new website to provide easy access to OEM collision repair information that helps improve efficiency and productivity for auto body shops.
SUN Collision to Showcase its Auto Collision Repair Software at Northeast Conference
Come visit the SUN Collision booth #523 at the Northeast Conference to get a demo of our collision repair software, which has been enhanced with new and exciting features!
SUN Introduces Automated Work Packages that Streamline Collision Repair Processes
The SUN Collision Repair team announces the release of a new automated work package that will enable body shops to gather all relevant information about a job – including repair procedures, illustrations and diagrams – with a click of a button.
SUN Collision to Offer Special Deal to Shops that Purchase Tru-Point ADAS Calibration Tool
As a special deal, auto repair shops that purchase a Tru-Point™ ADAS calibration system will receive a complementary two-month subscription to SUN Collision Repair Information.
How to Copy + Paste a VIN in SUN Collision Using the Keyboard Shortcut – Ctrl-V
For security reasons, we’ve disabled the “right click” within the application. Here’s a keyboard shortcut that will enable you to place copied content (VIN, term, part number, etc) quickly and securely into the application.
Visit SUN Collision at SEMA to Learn How OEM Repair Information Can Drive Efficiency
Visit us at SEMA to learn how SUN Collision software makes it easy to access factory-direct information, including advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) information, to increase efficiency and profit margins.