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Automotive Repair Shop Management Forum

Professional automotive forum for discussion of repair shop management, covered from all angles, including: managerial discussions, employee relations, training, shop advertising and marketing ideas, streamlining of the shop environment, legal issues related to owning and managing a repair shop, and more. Although this forum is heaviest with participation of shop owners and managers, you also gain insight from members with other backgrounds (technicians, government employees, marketing representatives, educators, and more). This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Repair Shop Management Forum

For shop owners. Would you do it again?
09/24/2017 in the Shop Management Forum
For those of you that opened a shop and have been at it for a few year to 1/2 a century. Would you do it again knowing what you know now and having your belief on where the industry is headed?
Problems with a Moveras reman transmission
09/22/2017 in the Shop Management Forum
Just before the 4th of July a good customer had his 2010 Chrysler Town &Country towed in for a trans. problem, we pulled the pan and discovered that the snap rings and bands were hanging in pieces. Obviously the trans. was N.G. we informed the customer of...
credit card charge back
09/21/2017 in the Shop Management Forum
Anyone ever had this problem ?
What POS/Shop Management software do you use?
09/21/2017 in the Shop Management Forum
I know the livin' snot has been beat out of this subject and have already searched the forums but would like to know what you'all use and on a scale of 1-10 how happy are you with it? We use Pace/Yes management out of Bradenton Fl and even though we don't...
Risk Management
09/21/2017 in the Shop Management Forum
Several posts lately got me to think about risk management. Every job that we do carries some degree of risk, either a risk of comeback, costing more money than we estimated, or many other ways that it can go sideways and cost us time and money. So, what ...

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