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Crash repair

Thatcham’s intention to create a standard for crash repair methods has taken another step forward with the formation of a new working group – ReMAG (Repair Methods Assessment Group).

The make up of the group will comprise representatives from all sectors involved in vehicle manufacture and crash repair.

Andrew Miller, director of research, at Thatcham and ReMAG chair, said: “With vehicle design presenting ever more technically challenging repair scenarios, Thatcham remains committed to providing high quality, comprehensive and timely methods, which are essential if vehicles are to be repaired back to original EuroNCAP safety standards.

"Encompassing views from across the industry, the ReMAG standard will provide a benchmark to which all method producers can aim, and from which all involved in vehicle repair and the motoring public can ultimately benefit.”

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