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Real-Time Labor Rate Survey Launches in N.C.

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Jan. 20, 2015—Michael Bradshaw's K&M Collision has teamed up with National AutoBody Research (NABR) to launch the Michael Bradshaw/VRS Ray Gunder Real-Time Labor Rate Survey in North Carolina, according to an announcement made Tuesday.  

The survey officially kicked off on Monday, and the Gunder Surveys are expected to eventually expand to all 50 States.    

Powered by NABR's Variable Rate System (VRS), the Survey will continuously measure labor rates in North Carolina, in real time, and determine the range of market rates based on a shop's location, training and certifications.   

North Carolina now joins Idaho, Florida, Georgia, Ohio and Texas in leading the collision repairers' nationwide movement to restore labor rates to true, free market based prices.

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