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“WE NEED YOU” – me, (and Uncle Sam)

  • April 18th, 2014

Dispelling the Top 5 rumors or untruths you might have heard
The recent press is full of what WMABA does for you, so now is the time for us to ask for your support by […]

WMABA Urges Support of Maryland Parts Bill

  • January 30th, 2014

The Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA) is proud to announce their support of Maryland’s 2014 Senate Bill 487 (House Bill 574). Download: Bill Text

This important consumer-protection bill sponsored by Senator Astle (D, 30) and […]

Events

May
1
Thu
WMABA Meeting: A(nother) Day with Mike Anderson – Don’t Miss! @ Keystone Automotive Training Facility
May 1 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

MEETING INVITE

A Day with Mike Anderson: The Encyclopedia of Estimating Practices

(Also: Parts Procurement, State of the Industry and Future of DRPs)

Collision repairers in the WMABA region know Mike Anderson as a former Board member and the one-time owner of Wagonwork Collision Centers in Alexandria, VA, but shops throughout the United States know this industry veteran as one of the greatest consultants, motivational speakers and friends the automotive field has ever known.

Join the successful industry pro and founder of www.collision-advice.com for a full-day workshop specifically geared toward WMABA members.

Scheduled topics of discussion include: Improving cycle time; Receiving fair compensation; The importance of proper repairs; Reduce shop stress; Writing a proper estimate; Improving insurer relations; Lean processes; And much more!

***Lunch Included***

FAQS

How Do I Join WMABA?
Check out our Membership Information page today
FOR CONSUMERS:
How many estimates do I have to obtain?
You have to convince the insurance company that the cost of repairs is reasonable. You do not have to get a certain number of estimates.
Who pays the repair bill?
You must arrange for payment. Your insurance policy states that your insurer will pay you, less any deductibles or depreciation.
Do I have the right to select the shop that will repair my car?
Yes. No one else may dictate to you where you have your vehicle repaired.
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