The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS), an association consisting of more than 6,000 collision repair businesses who work with consumers and insurance companies to repair collision-damaged vehicles, has released an update to its survey of auto repair shops is comprised of over 6,000, and the results don’t speak well for insurers.

Several weeks ago, the SCRS released a study that focused on the specific problems and issues collision repairers face when working with insurers, which can be found here in its entirety. In this most recent update, SCRS asked its member companies about the perception of the insurer/repairer relationship by asking them to rate insurers as one of the following descriptions: Business Partner, Customer, Company I Work with Out of Necessity, or Adversary.

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