DRIVE


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DRIVE is an automotive, collision, and truck repair consulting and training group. The purpose of DRIVE is to enhance the quality of life and improve the standard of living of shop owners throughout the automotive repair industry.

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DRIVE is an automotive, collision, and truck repair consulting and training group. The purpose of DRIVE is to enhance the quality of life and improve the standard of living of shop owners throughout the automotive repair industry.

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Center Collision in Tacoma, Washington
Shop Profiles

How shop ownership and vacation can coexist

Sept. 28, 2021
The owner of Center Collision in Tacoma, Washington, vacations three months out of the year. Learn how he finds the balance to enjoy life and shop ownership simultaneously.
V8 Speed Shop Complete Restoration 1966 Chevelle Ss396
Shop Profiles

DRIVE announces V8 Speed & Resto Shop as its March Shop Spotlight

March 11, 2021
V8 Speed & Resto Shop is located in Red Bud, a small town in Illinois. But their business is in no way small.

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Articles

Collision Conclusion: What’s Your Exit Plan Strategy? 

June 3, 2024
The Day You Open Your Business is the Day to Start Your Next Game.
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Chris And Alyssa Holstrom (right) With The Team
Shop Profiles

Classic car shop applies general automotive repair's organizational management to 'run smooth as butter'

May 24, 2022
Once an owner who 'wore all hats,' Chris Holstrom lightened his load by giving his team members 'a game plan and getting out of their way.'
Joe Riscica's Auto Repairs
Shop Customers

How to keep and cultivate great customers

July 27, 2021
For any business owner in any industry, it should always be about the customer. For repair shops, understanding how to get and keep a customer is one of the primary lessons they...
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Finance

The importance of shop culture

March 1, 2021
Just like any other business, repair shops need a culture for their employees in order to thrive.

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