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What’s To Blame For Prevalence Of Angry Driving?

As Phil Connors warned in ‘Groundhog Day,’ driving angry leads to bad things.

Study Shows Wafer and Semiconductor Capacity Remains Tight

IHS Markit says automotive supply chain challenges continue; global light vehicle production impacts now expected well into 2022.

AAA Study Examines COVID-Related Travel Data

Current events had a profound influence on how much Americans traveled and how they traveled in 2020.

Shop Profile: Al’s Certified Auto Repair, Augusta, ME

When adversity has tried to interfere from time to time, it has given way to great opportunities, says owner Al Sutherland.

Work From Home? What is That?

While some employees argue about working from home, techs and shop owners have continued working without complaint.

VIDEO: The Business Power Of Social Media

Social media can be an excellent tool to stay in touch with clients. This video is sponsored by BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY.

Survey: Over 50% Of Americans To Travel Only By Car This Summer

Nearly four in five respondents said that they feel more comfortable traveling by car rather than by airplane this summer.

Massachusetts Repair Shop Grows During Pandemic

RG Automotive is located in Halifax, Massachusetts.

Fact Or Fiction: PPE For Technicians And Your Customers

PPE shows that you respect and care about your customers and your employees.

For Personal Mobility, Social Distancing, Bikes Gain Favor

People have been seeking alternative modes of transportation that don’t conflict with their fears about the coronavirus and bear a lighter price tag.

Five Ways Contactless Payments Can Benefit Your Shop

Implementing payment processing before the car is picked up will yield dividends.

California Announces New Small Business Grant Program

The grants range from $5,000 to $25,000.