Markham, Ontario -- December 13, 2013 -- Honda Canada has launched Body Repair News, a new publication to enhance the ability of collision repair facilities to make safe and complete repairs to Honda and Acura vehicles. Collision Repair magazine reported on the launch of Body Repair News when the publications were first revealed by American Honda, and confirmed with Honda Canada that the information presented was applicable to Canadian models as well.

Free to independent collision repair shops, Body Repair News is an ongoing series that offers important details on everything from body structure diagrams to guidelines on welding and materials strength. Honda Canada information will better equip professionals with the facts required for repairing various types of vehicle damage to Honda and Acura vehicles.
 
“Body Repair News helps collision industry personnel by giving them the factory service information essential for safe Honda and Acura repair,” said Doug Staddon, Manager, Parts Operations, Honda Canada. “This is part of our ongoing commitment to delivering high standards of vehicle safety and support, which extends well beyond the showroom.”
 
Inaugural issues for the 2014 Acura MDX and 2013 Honda Accord have already been released, while repair guides for 2014 Acura RLX and 2014 Honda Odyssey are currently in development. Independent repair shops can access copies by visiting Honda’s Service Express website at techinfo.honda.com or techinfo.acura.com and clicking on “Body Repair News.”
 
Future editions of Body Repair News will be created for every new model and any minor model change where significant design changes occur.

 

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