Sectioning cars or car repairs methods in general are changing. Following uniform procedures or doing repairs the traditional methods you were taught are not going to work on modern cars. Now don’t get me wrong, some of the old methods are still very effective, but it is becoming necessary to know what the recommended procedures are for each specific vehicle you work on.
If you’re a DIY or work on cars as a hobby, this video webinar may not be interesting to you. However, if you are a technician working in a body shop or a student attending a collision repair school, then I encourage you to watch the video to learn what repair methods are here and/or heading our way.
With a push for increased fuel mileage, car makers are developing materials to build lighter cars. Different steels, aluminum, plastics, carbon fiber, and who knows what materials new cars will be in 5 to 10 years from now.