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Consumers learn the do’s and don’ts. Find helpful documents. Links to State Insurance Commissioner Complaint Forms. What to do if you’ve been a victim of bad paintless dent repair. Read More.

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NAPDRT News & Events


2016 Nominations for Officers and BOD

Ladies and Gentlemen. Its that time of year again. Time to nominate someone you know who would like to help make a difference in our industry. We are taking nominations for the positions of Vice President, Secretary and two BOD members. There are a lot of great people in our industry with some awesome ideas…


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Protecting Your Business Or Brand With Trademarking

Establishing a strong brand is pivotal to business success. Protecting that brand is equally important. Yet many Paintless Dent Repair businesses overlook an important first step in securing their brand. What can be trademarked? A trademark is any unique word, symbol, name or device used to identify and distinguish the goods of one seller from the goods…



The NAPDRT and ASA Aluminum Study… The Final Report!

The National Alliance of Paintless Dent Repair Technicians (NAPDRT) approached the Automotive Service Association (ASA) in December, 2015 with a request for any information ASA had on the difference between steel and aluminum panels pursuant to Paintless Dent Repair. The NAPDRT reported that some of their members were encountering apparent confusion among some collision damage…



Texas Cities Hit By Hail San Antonio Most Costly Of All

April hailstorms that pummeled the San Antonio area are projected to have caused more than $2 billion in damage, according to updated estimates from the Insurance Council of Texas. The council revised their initial estimate from April 20 of $1.36 billion in damages as claims continued to roll in over the last month, said spokesman…