Drive by any new car lot and the evidence is clear – the auto industry may be the most visible victim of chip shortages.
Current events had a profound influence on how much Americans traveled and how they traveled in 2020.
While some employees argue about working from home, techs and shop owners have continued working without complaint.
Social media can be an excellent tool to stay in touch with clients. This video is sponsored by BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY.
Catalytic converters have become a hot product among thieves. Has the global pandemic played a part?
The decision comes after the 104th event was postponed to August 2020 without fans in attendance.
Repair shops are being encouraged to contact Capitol Hill.
After several months of navigating COVID-19, it’s always a good idea to review your duties as a shop owner.
Technicians are in high demand and critical to maintaining and restoring America’s economy during the pandemic and beyond.
Mitchell 1 offers a roundup of 10 marketing tips and tricks to help automotive repair shops boost business as states reopen.
I think bringing back a failed “Cash for Clunkers” program is far from brilliance.
There has been an uptick in technicians engaging in technical training on the Brake & Front End website.