Keeping up-to-date with the latest news and updates in the collision repair industry will help you stay on top of your game. Be the first to know the latest by following our favorite accounts from these top tweeters in the auto collision repair industry.
@FFJournalUpdate: FF Journal, “the magazine for today’s metal fabricating and forming technologies,” offers welding tips, event announcements, industry news and more.
@therealautoblog: An understanding of collision repair starts with an understanding of the cars and trucks you’re working on. Keep up with the newest models, innovations and changes in the auto industry here.
@ABRN_Magazine: ABRN offers information on techniques and best practices for welding and repairs in general. You’ll also find advice for the business side of your operation, plus industry trends.
@CollisionMag: Another industry publication, Collision Repair Magazine’s Twitter account focuses on current events and changes in the auto industry. You’ll also see information about new technologies and the latest on industry tradeshows.
@NYTSmallBiz: Because running a shop isn’t just about the repairs. Follow NYT Small Business for tips on getting the most from your employees, sorting out things like benefits and much more.
@FenderBenderMag: With information on everything from legal rulings that affect the collision repair industry to the latest product updates, this is one worth watching.
@DriveAluminum: These days, keeping up with the latest in the collision repair industry means keeping up with the latest aluminum news. The Aluminum Association’s Transportation Group delivers updates and information about the use of aluminum in transportation applications.
@CollisionWeek: With a focus on industry news and research, this is a good one for keeping up with the bigger picture.
@repairerdriven: Along with current-event-type updates, Repairer Driven News also focuses on interesting content, like quizzes and helpful infographics.@BSBmagazine: BodyShop Business Magazine’s Twitter account offers a nice mix of advice on everything from shop safety to working with insurers.
@ChiefAutomotive: You didn’t think we’d leave this one off did you? Follow us on Twitter to get updates about our newest blog posts, plus information from around the web.
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