Editor’s Log: Called to Care

"Why am I paying for Raffle's MRI? It was all clear!"

Toronto, Ontario — March 22, 2019 — In my time covering the collision industry, I have begun to take vicarious pride in the accomplishments of the professionals who work in it, and concerned about the challenges the industry faces. I’ve also become a bit sensitive to the sort of off-hand complaints friends make about the […]

Survey highlights importance of ADAS

By CRM staff Toronto, Ontario — March 22, 2019 — More than half of Ontario drivers have little or no familiarity with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), according to a recent Ipsos survey commissioned by Speedy Glass. Approximately 12 percent of Canada’s vehicle fleet is estimated to be equipped with ADAS features, with this number […]

A week in review – March 22, 2019

By CRM staff Toronto, Ontario — March 22, 2019 — What really happened this week? What were some of the big headlines? Collision Repair has recapped the five biggest car-collision-related headlines of the week. 1. How the Federal Budget will impact the collision repair industry Canada’s 2019 Federal Budget was officially tabled to Parliament on Tuesday and is […]

Nissan Leaf and Jaguar I-Pace win AJAC awards

By CRM Staff  Toronto, Ontario — March 22, 2019 — The Nissan Leaf and Jaguar I-PACE were big winners at this year’s Vancouver International Auto Show. The Leaf was awarded 2019 Canadian Green Car of the Year (CGCOTY), while the I-PACE was recognized as the 2019 Canadian Green Utility Vehicle of the Year (CGUVOTY) as […]

Elite Body Shop Solutions hosts upcoming webinar about certification

By CRM staff Toronto, Ontario – March 21, 2019 – Dave Luehr’s Elite Bodyshop Solutions will be hosting a free webinar this week that will go over strategies business leaders can use to capitalize on certifications in their shops. On March 28, Scott Biggs from Assured Network Performance will be presenting “Leveraging the Certified Repair […]