At the 2017 Alliance of Automotive Service Providers/New Jersey (AASP/NJ) Conference and Tradeshow, Mike Anderson of Collision Advice debuted a condensed version of a new seminar on “100% Disassembly and Parts Mirror Matching.”
While we can’t show you the seminar, freelance writer Chasidy Rae Sisk provides a detailed recap of the one-hour event in this Autobodynews.com article.
This eliminates the stop and start process which makes technicians inefficient, and it can also improve a shop’s sales per technician.
“By performing 100% disassembly at the beginning of the repair process, shops can identify all critical parts and ensure they arrive before the repair begins. This eliminates the stop and start process which makes technicians inefficient, and it can also improve a shop’s sales per technician. It’s also a great way to get paid easier because the part has already been removed when the insurance adjuster comes out, showing the validity of your R&I (removal and inspection) item on the estimate.”
Founded in 1963, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers/New Jersey (AASP/NJ), the state’s largest association of collision and mechanical repairers, is dedicated to the success of New Jersey’s automotive repairers. AASP/NJ provides the technical expertise, management information and resources necessary to help repairers succeed in today’s competitive automotive industry.
For more information about Mike Anderson and his informational seminars, visit www.collisionadvice.com.