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VRS Labor Rate Survey Launches in Kansas, Missouri

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March 7, 2016—National AutoBody Research (NABR) announces the launch of the VRS Labor Rate Survey in both Kansas and Missouri.

The online survey, sponsored by an anonymous Kansas City metro area collision repair center, is free for all Kansas and Missouri collision repairer centers.

The VRS Labor Rate Survey provides both collision repairers and insurers with an independent, third-party survey of labor rate data in markets across the United States. The VRS reports labor rate ranges based on shops' posted labor prices. Labor rate data can be filtered by training, certifications, and equipment, among other variables, to help find apples-to-apples comparisons among body shops.

Any collision repair owner or general manager may request a free demo of the VRS.

Kansas and Missouri become the 18th and 19th states to launch the VRS Labor Rate Survey, joining other states currently running the VRS Survey including: Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Utah.

 

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