Road Trust ‘accreditation program with teeth’ moves forward in Canada

Read the original article posted here from Repairer Driven News. The Collision Industry Information Assistance trade group last month updated the Canadian auto body repair industry on the Road Trust service, which CIIA’s executive director describes as an “accreditation program with teeth.” Road Trust was developed in conjunction with the startup Ckure. Customers use Ckure’s app to summon assistance after … Read More

CIIA hosts RoadTrust accreditation meeting

Read the original article posted here from Collision Repair Magazine. A recent meeting for the Roadtrust accreditation program foresees a future where customers are instantly connected to an accredited shop simply by pressing a button on their phone. The Collision Industry Information Assistance (CIIA) industry trade association introduced the Roadtrust program to some 35 Toronto collision repair facility owners and … Read More

CIIA to introduce ROADTRUST accreditation program

Read the original article posted here from Collision Repair Magazine. A new accreditation program is being launched by Collision Industry Information Assistance (CIIA). Called ROADTRUST, a statement from CIIA says it’s “an accreditation program designed to bring more traffic to your door.” CIIA will host a special dinner meeting and presentation on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 6 p.m. The … Read More

CIIA’s progress in enforcing, promoting auto body tech competency

Read the original article posted here from Repairer Driven News. Editor’s note: Shortages of personnel to fill auto body industry positions and abundances of employees unequipped to repair modern vehicles are issues for the Canadian collision repair industry as well as the American one. With that in mind, we thought both countries’ repairers and insurers might benefit from hearing how … Read More

CIIA and Ckure to collaborate on roadside assistance app

Read the original article posted here from Collision Repair Magazine. Collision industry trade association CIIA has announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ckure, an on-demand emergency roadside assistance app, to provide Ontario motorists with an application for use at accident scenes. According to a release, the app is an on-demand platform that provides motorists with real-time, trusted and cost-effective … Read More

CIIA, Ckure announce roadside app pilot for auto body industry; shops vetted on price, OEM adherence

Read the original article posted here from Repairer Driven News. The Canadian collision repair industry has entered the race — a competition already underway between OEMs and insurers — to direct drivers to auto body shops immediately after a crash. A resource for this purpose will be developed by Collision Industry Information Assistance, a leading Canadian trade group for the … Read More