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All car makers are dealing with the impact of the COVID pandemic—but two car makers are finding the year 2020 has dealt them some unique challenges.
So far, no ‘homegrown’ Chinese car company has entered the U.S. market to sell their own engineered vehicles here.
What’s the best way to win more quotes on marketplace and pricing platforms like PartsTrader or PartsTrader integrated with OE Connection?
The collision industry auto parts supply chain remained remarkably resilient during the most challenging time of the 21st century.
Personal vehicles have been evolving for years, but the pandemic continues to have an increasing impact on cars and technology.
COVID-19 has changed auto shops to adapt for the safety of their workers and the public according to the Centers for Disease Control's guidelines.
The open marketplace helps every segment of the parts and automotive business, empowering consumers and increasing supplier transparency.
Major technological advancements impacting the future of transportation in the automotive industry are on the horizon and will impact collision repair.
Phantom parts in the collision repair business are parts that are wrongly listed as available and for sale, therefore not maintaining auto parts accuracy.
Over the past decade or so, we’ve seen technology completely overhaul familiar appliances/tools. The future of vehicles will see a similar transformation.
PartsTrader connects suppliers, insurers, and repairers in a real-time, competitive marketplace that delivers the best price for every part on your estimate, along with the vital, supporting information to ensure you’re purchasing the right part for the vehicle.
The slow decline of new light vehicle sales has a direct impact on the average age of vehicles repaired and influences used car values.
Speculations surface amongst the COVID-19 impacts on the collision repair industry, but PartsTrader portal data reassures continued healthy quote volumes.
scaling performance metrics to a reduced number of true ‘key’ indicators will focus results on big impact areas that will drive significant improvement in auto physical damage claims.
The use of advanced specialty materials in manufacturing auto parts raises concerns that consumers cannot afford the benefits of safer, fuel efficient cars and are deferring purchases.