UPDATE: Enterprise pilot to grow collision techs using Ranken format mixing school, shop time

Enterprise Holdings announced Monday a brand new pilot program according to Ranken Technical College’s hybrid school-and-shop collision vocational education model. The Automotive Collision Engineering Pilot Program will run two years and debut in the Saint Louis, Mo.-based Ranken; Contra Costa College in San Pablo, Calif.; Texas State Technical College in...

CCC: Repairable claims end 2021 down 21.3%

CCC reported that repairable auto vehicle claims were down 21.3 % in 2021 — and 26 % if comprehensive claims were discarded. The second quarter proved the worst for auto body shops, with all repairable claims down 35 % from 2021. Claims proceeded to hover at around 20 percent throughout...

'Canada's Safest Driver' contest finds behavior gains expire – but worst drivers stay improved

Canadian safety charity Parachute announced an inaugural telematics competition to find “Canada’s Safety Driver” produced sustained improvement in the riskiest competitors. But nearly all competitors “returned to their old habits by contest end, notably in the measures of aggressive driving as along with phone distraction,” according to Parachute. Parachute said...

Carolinas Collision Association backs DEG as Gold sponsor

Calling the Database Enhancement Gateway’s information “invaluable” to both association members and the collision industry, the Carolinas Collision Association has joined the ranks of DEG Gold sponsors. "CCA is extremely proud to partner using the DEG,” CCC President Kyle Bradshaw said in a statement Thursday. “The DEG is a superb...
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