Mark Allen, collision and equipment manager for Audi of America, joins Digital Multimedia Editor Noah Brown to talk about the OEM perspective on developing technologies in the industry as well as his take on the OEM/aftermarket relationship.
Ford hires a former Tesla and Apple Executive to head up its emerging technology developments, Toyota commits big to EV battery factories, and Hyundai has set its sights on affordable hydrogen energy by the end of the decade.
Darrell Amberson and Jason Zeise of LaMettry's Collision join Digital Multimedia Editor Noah Brown to talk about what shops need to do in order to get ahead of the technology curve and how they can make ADAS developments work for them.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration requests detailed information on Tesla's Autopilot system, EV startup Rivian files to become a publicly traded company, and General Motors confirms it will not resume production of its Chevrolet Bolt EV for the immediate future.
Bryan Kauffeld, owner of Ulmer's Auto Care in Cincinnati, Ohio, discusses the growth and lack of standardization in ADAS and how a reluctance among aftermarket repairers to embrace those new technologies could ultimately hurt their shops and their customers.
Bryan Kauffeld, ower of Ulmer's Auto Care in Cincinnati, Ohio, discusses the lack of standardization in ADAS systems and how a reluctance among aftermarket repairers to embrace those new technologies could ultimately hurt their shops and their customers.
Hyundai unveils its wirelessly chargeable Genesis GV60 electric SUV, General Motors extends the recall of its Chevrolet Bolt EV to cover all units, and Ford doubles the production of its F-150 Lightning pickup.
Chris Chesney, a 50-year industry veteran, joins Digital Multimedia Editor Noah Brown to talk about the emergence of electric vehicles and what their adoption into the car parc means for aftermarket repairers in the short-term future.
ADAPT Automotive confirms OEM and industry speakers for its upcoming summit in December, Ford requests the U.S. Trademark Office rescind two of General Motor's registrations, and GM finds a potential fix to some of its faulty EV batteries.
Minneapolis-based communications attorney Mark Anfinson, who specializes in First Amendment and copyright law, discusses what is protected under copyright and how to protect yourself and your shop from accidental copyright infringement.
EV startup Rivian is in preliminary discussions to build its $5 billion plant, the Senate gives approval to a budget amendment that would reduce eligibility for EV tax credits, and Nissan will close its Smyrna, Tennessee, plant for two weeks starting Aug. 16 due to the semiconductor chip shortage.
President Biden signs two executive orders to advance U.S. position on electric vehicles and reduced vehicle emissions, two California lawmakers propose a preowned EV tax rebate, and Nikola founder Trevor Milton faces federal fraud charges.
Susanna Gotsch of CCC Intelligent Solutions joins Digital Multimedia Editor Noah Brown to discuss the company's recent Crash Course report and what the data collected shows about consumer trends with emerging ADAS technology.
Telematics, at its core, is about communication. It seems to make sense, then, that one of the largest conversations surrounding emerging telematics technologies in the collision industry focuses on communication with customers.
Ohio-based EV startup Lordstown Motors receives a $400 million investment, Minnesota becomes the first Midwestern state to implement "Clean Car" rules, and Ford announces plans for $100 million battery research facility in Romulus, Mich.