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A chronic shortage of well-qualified automotive service technicians is alarming. But it's reassuring to see how some industry players are responding to the challenge.
A dedicated quick-service operation has become a common feature of most new-vehicle dealerships' service departments — and an increasingly vital source of fixed operations profits as vehicle sales cool.
A Texas jury concluded that substandard car repairs aggravated the effects of a severe crash.
Accessories are a $40 billion a year business, but new-vehicle dealerships continue to lag far behind independent competitors in accessories sales.
As this issue of Fixed Ops Journal ends our second year, I've assumed the role of editor.
Emerging technology will ultimately lead to fully self-driving vehicles. Mass-market electrified vehicles also are gaining ground rapidly.
Looking back at the future (or at least one possible future) of the new-vehicle dealership's service department
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