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  • What Are the Most Common Collision Repairs?

    A cracked turn signal, loose bumper, or a buckled hood are obvious after an accident, and professional technicians typically know how to handle these common collision repairs. But there are many components and systems that can be damaged in an accident that are much less obvious or hidden. From frame repair and alignment to ADAS […]

  • You May Be Able to Keep More Jobs In-House Than You Think

    Knowing when to outsource collision repair and mechanical work is critical for keeping your body shop’s productivity in top gear. You have to quickly assess which jobs can be handled in-house and when to outsource jobs that require tools or knowledge beyond the scope of your shop. How do you avoid wasting time with diagnostics […]

  • How Advancements in 2021 Models Will Impact Collision Repair

    As the auto industry continues to evolve, it’s no surprise that 2021 models include more advanced technology, and bring new collision repair industry trends your body shop needs to know about. From the increasing complexity of ADAS to electric and hybrid vehicles, technology innovations keep shop owners on their toes. Your body shop has likely […]

  • The Importance of OEM Collision Repair Information

    You know the importance of restoring a damaged vehicle correctly for the safety of your customers, reputation, and bottom line. You also know accurate, updated OEM collision repair information and correct diagnoses are critical for repairing a vehicle to its pre-collision condition. Even with all your knowledge and skill, accessing accurate, up-to-date OEM information can […]

  • The ROI on Collision Repair Software

    If you own a small business, every decision matters. One poor choice can be the difference between a business succeeding or failing. Weighing the pros and cons of every decision to make the best possible choice for the business is especially important for auto body facilities. As the saying goes: If it doesn’t make dollars, […]

  • How to Save Time and Cut Costs with Automotive Diagnostic Software

    Is your body shop making enough money? Do you have a good work/personal life balance? Is your shop organized and efficient? If your answer is “no,” to one of these questions, it’s probably “no” for the others too. That’s because efficiency and organization directly impact your profits as well as how hard you have to […]

  • Auto Collision Repair Software Features Every Body Shop Should Be Using

    There was a time when Bondo, a tape measure, and a straightedge were the “latest” technology for collision repair. But these tools have evolved or been replaced to keep up with collision repair needs. As automotive technology continues to advance, the need for new repair tools will, too. Keep reading to find out how the […]

  • How to Improve Your Auto Collision Shop’s Diagnostic Process

    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. Inaccurate auto diagnostics in collision repair […]

  • 5 Ways to Make Your Auto Collision Repair Shop More Efficient

    If you are managing a collision repair shop, you need to be as efficient as possible. The old saying that “time is money” certainly applies to collision repair management, too; any delay in a repair or service can hinder your ability to quickly turn over customers. If you are not fixing customers’ cars quickly, you […]

  • SUN Collision Repair Introduces Interactive Wiring Diagrams in Latest Release

    SUN announces that the latest release of the SUN Collision Repair Information software introduces wiring diagrams with exclusive features including interactivity that connects the diagrams directly to component information. This helps increase efficiency as technicians can access component repair information from inside the diagram without having to initiate a secondary search. While viewing a wiring […]