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Ottawa, September 26 2023—I-CAR Canada has partnered with the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB Group) to increase welding training opportunities across Canada. Through this partnership, CWB Group lends the use of its training facilities in Milton, Ontario, and Nisku, Alberta, along with its stable of nationwide instructors to I-CAR Canada for industry-leading...
In today’s world of advanced vehicle repair, welding can play a central role. Yet, with many welding methods available, which one is “right?”  It is no secret that vehicle makers and the industries that supply the materials that make up the fleet on the streets strive to build safer vehicles....
Ongoing technician and staff training is key to future success  Over the years the collision industry has experienced many changes and ensuring that a technician’s skills and knowledge are up to date with current trends and standards has always been somewhat of a challenge.   Today, due to the rapid advancement...
Sometimes, going back-to-basics can make the difference between a quality repair and a failed repair. When repairing and refinishing electric vehicles (EVs), unintentional damage to the battery can be avoided by taking the proper steps including researching the paint maker technical data sheets (TDS) for optimal clearcoat baking requirements and...
Vehicle telematics systems are nothing new in the automotive industry. They consist of an onboard device which communicates from the vehicle to a third party such as a dispatch service. The original idea was created prior to everyone having supercomputers in their pockets.   Those fancy phones in our pocket have...

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