Stand Up Speak Out: On today’s estimating processes

Toronto, Ontario – The way you estimate repairs has likely changed since you first joined the industry, no matter how long you’ve been here. Our ever-digitizing world presents many options when it comes to choosing an estimating software. Collision Repair magazine is seeking your feedback on the estimating processes of today. What’s working? What could be improved? […]

Stand Up Speak Out: What inspires you?

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— The classics. The Vintage. The Retro.  Each of these words has similar meanings but denotes different things. Which of the above words sparks something in you? Whether you are drawn to the classic cars of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, or you look at the DeLorean with an affectionate eye, something drew you to […]

Stand Up Speak Out: Collision centres, do you feel supported?

Toronto, Ontario — Collision Repair magazine hears you, readers. We understand that the industry is in need of change—and we’re here to support collision centres in protecting the integrity of their operations. In our most recent issue, our publisher Darryl Simmons penned an article where he discussed just a few issues facing Canada’s collision repair […]

Stand Up Speak Out: Evaluating EVs

Toronto, Ontario — With climate commitments furiously being put into place across governments of all levels over the past several years, Collision Repair wanted to hear from readers to see where the Canadian collision repair community stands on the Trudeau government’s recent commitment to end the sale of all gas-powered vehicles by 2035. On July […]

Stand Up Speak Out: 86.5 percent of repairers believe in rights to access vehicle data

Toronto, Ontario — Among repairers, there is no data debate in regard to the Your Data. Your Choice movement; a recent survey conducted by Collision Repair indicates more than 90 percent of Canada’s collision community are concerned about accessing vehicle data in the future. When it comes down to who should have access to vehicle […]