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Colorado shop owners offer advice on business survival during Covid-19 outbreak

Repairers need to contact their lenders, dial back fixed operating costs, keep staff informed and reassure customers.

Best practices for operating auto repair shops during coronavirus outbreak

The following tips for shops was forwarded to Aftermarket Matters Weekly by Steve Horvath, of Jeno's Auto Service in Littleton, Colo. It originated from Randy Pickering, owner of Pickering's Auto Service in Lakewood and Arvada, Colo., who is also an Elite coach. Both are former chairmen of ASA Colorado.

ASA Colorado postpones upcoming training classes

"With the uncertainty of what the next few weeks or months will bring, we will reschedule at the first possible opportunity when the CDC and Colorado state government deems we can once again gather safely," says ASA Colorado's Julie Massaro.

In show of solidarity, Colorado dealers take to state Capital to object Senate bill

Senate Bill 167 would circumvent consumer protection laws centered on service/repair requirements and allow automakers to have direct competition with dealerships.

Change is on the horizon for collision repair — and education will lead the way

Robert Grieve of Nylund’s Collision Center anticipates the shop-DRP relationship will disappear and shops who rely on the current business model will need to replace it.

Collision shops and dealerships can tap new talent at spring career fair for students in Denver

CREF will connect high school and college transportation students with local and national industry employers at the Denver Auto Show, April 3.

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