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Toyota Certified Collision Center Expo

Toyota’s inaugural Certified Collision Center Expo invites collision industry partners to showcase their products and services. Join dealer principals, general managers, collision center owners, and collision center managers, as well as an estimated 300 Toyota Certified Collision Centers to explore new opportunities.

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Plugged-In: EV Collision Insights 2023 Year in Review

March 7, 2024

2023 ended with electric vehicle (EV) repairable claims frequency at 1.97% in the United States and 2.86% in Canada. That represents an increase of more than 40% in both regions over the previous year. When compared to 2020, the frequency of claims for repairable EVs has more than tripled.

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ADAS Calibration: The New Profit Center

February 12, 2024

While the U.S. has made significant progress in improving motor vehicle safety since the fatality rate hit its peak nearly a hundred years ago, there’s still work to do. Excessive speed continues to be a significant contributing factor in traffic deaths and injuries, along with the rise in distracted driving.

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The highly anticipated NORTHEAST automotive repair event is tailored to meet the diverse needs of professionals across the industry. The conference offers a mix of seminars, presentations, product demos and activities with opportunities for networking and learning. Discover the latest industry insights, procedures and cutting-edge products, all in one setting.

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Average Length of Rental for Repairable Vehicles: Q4 2023

February 6, 2024

Overall length of rental (LOR) for collision-related rentals in the U.S. in Q4 2023 was 17.7 days, a one-day decline from Q4 2022. In Q4 2022, LOR (18.7 days) was up one-half day from Q4 2021, so the trend of declining year-over-year LOR we’ve been tracking since Q2 2023 continues. Compared to Q4 2021, LOR is up 0.7 days.

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Oklahoma Auto Body Association (OKABA) Trade Show

Don’t miss the Oklahoma Auto Body Association’s (OKABA) inaugural trade show, a two-day experience open to the public.

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Top Collision Industry Trends to Watch in 2024


Over the last several years, the collision industry has faced unprecedented challenges. Will 2024 produce more of the same?