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The collision industry auto parts supply chain remained remarkably resilient during the most challenging time of the 21st century.
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.
There used to only be one way to order collision parts—by print catalog.
As we enter the last quarter of 2020, it's time to look at the longer term impacts COVID-19 has had on the automobile industry through new vehicle sales.
New vehicle technology has fully integrated with cars and trucks to reimagine the possibilities of the future and how they fit in our lives.
Now, as we see vehicle miles traveled and claim frequency rebound, it’s time to look at some longer-term impacts of the pandemic on auto claims.
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?
As states reopen across the U.S., light passenger vehicle sales have increased. Another vehicle has gained recent popularity — RV sales have increased.
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.
Phantom parts in the collision repair business are parts that are wrongly listed as available and for sale, therefore not maintaining auto parts accuracy.