I-CAR Announces Launch Of New Website

I-CAR Announces Launch Of New Website

IcarlowI-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is launching a completely redesigned website at www.i-car.com. According to I-CAR, the new site has been carefully planned and designed to provide the industry with a comprehensive, easy-to-use online resource for collision repair education, knowledge and solutions.

The new site contains an extensive amount of new content, covering everything from specific details on programs and services that I-CAR offers, to more strategic insights that will help users gain even more value from I-CAR solutions. For example, expanded accessibility to technical information is now available through the Repairability Technical Support Portal.

In addition to the development of new content, I-CAR says user-friendly and actionable navigation are other key components of the website redesign. Content can be found in multiple ways:

• By I-CAR program: including the I-CAR Professional Development Program, Welding Training & Certification, Industry Training Alliance and more

• By industry segment: collision repair, insurance, OEM, suppliers and career and technical schools

• By individual role: such as repair technicians, training managers, insurance claims managers and executives

Expandable menus and detailed navigation options allow users to see important content at a glance, while advanced search capabilities put critical information at the user’s fingertips. Clearly labeled buttons, links and a new I-CAR Class Search functionality make it easy for users to take action once they find the information they need, the organization adds.

John Van Alstyne, I-CAR CEO and president, says that these new resources are the most recent in a series of investments I-CAR is making to better serve the industry. “The collision repair industry is being flooded with a tsunami of new automotive technologies and cutting-edge vehicle advancements. I-CAR is keeping pace, so that we can help the industry we serve keep pace as well. By providing cutting-edge tools that are relevant and accessible, we are helping to move the industry closer to the I-CAR vision that every individual has the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs for the ultimate benefit of the consumer.”

For more information about I-CAR and the new online resources, visit the I-CAR website at www.i-car.com.

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