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The non-OEM parts industry continues to chip away at automakers’ collision parts marketshare. As a percentage of total dollars spent on parts, according to Mitchell International, OEM parts slid from 73.4 percent in the third quarter of 2008 to 68.1… Read More
One factor in the rise of total losses over the last decade is that, overall, vehicles on the road today are older than they were a decade ago. In 1991, the average passenger car was 9.1 years old (8.8 years… Read More
A new study by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners found that the economy has led 1 in 6 drivers to reduce or cancel their car insurance coverage in the past year. The study asked about 1,000 people in April… Read More
Speaking at an industry event this month, Greg Horn, vice president of industry relations for Mitchell International, discussed the impact that increases to federal fuel economy standards are having on automakers. In late 2009, the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE)… Read More
After three years of increases, the percentage of vehicles declared total losses dipped slightly last year to 13.9 percent (compared to 14.2 percent in 2009), according to CCC Information Services. Audatex predicts that slight downward trend could continue this year… Read More