April 1, 2020—Discover how some vehicle designs are becoming more expensive to fix and how the future role of the technician has shifted into one that requires a researcher mindset.
Editorial Director Anna Zeck speaks with collision shop owner Kye Yeung about how he motivates his team to strive for positive change, even though it takes a lot of work to update a shop's processes.
It's not news that the role of the technician is evolving to stay abreast of vehicle technology, but are the skill-sets for technicians changing as well?
Tesla Model Y's rear hatch is so big that it's integrated into part of the roof and rear bumper, ultimately making it more expensive to fix.
BMW says its hydrogen-electric technology offers advantages over electric cars.
The roof airbag prevents passengers from being ejected from the sunroof and injured during a rollover accident.