New vehicles entering the market are manufactured with lightweight, innovative materials and equipped with modern, safety enhancing technology. This development, and the rapid growth in market share of electric drive-line vehicles, affects how these vehicles need to be repaired after a collision. Not only does this create challenges for body shops, but also for insurers, lease companies and other fleet owners involved in this process.
How can your company arrange quality, safe repair, while keeping repair and associated process costs under control?
This white paper provides an overview of how increased vehicle complexity affects body repair and offers concrete guidelines for dealing with these developments.