Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
Some car sellers are trying to pass off vehicles damaged during hurricanes, a business watchdog group in Minnesota and North Dakota said.
A Kentucky car dealership has been accused of engaging in “unfair and deceptive practices that harmed Kentucky consumers,” according to a lawsuit filed in early August by the state’s Attorney General, Andy Beshear.
Michigan is currently the only state that requires vehicle owners to buy unlimited medical insurance to cover injuries from automobile accidents, but residents may soon have other options.
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast has announced Kendall Riecken as the winner of its 2017 New Venture Competition.
Eric Preston, 36, attached brackets to the chassis of a 1966 C10 pickup in one of the auto shops belonging to Western Iowa Tech Community College.
The CARSTAR Chicagoland Business Group recently held the third session of its four-part continuing education program on ethics for Chicago-area insurance professionals.
For CARSTAR All Line, a Honda ProFirst Certified facility that repairs some 15 to 20 Honda vehicles each month, maintaining strong relationships with local Honda dealers is essential to its business and for the Honda dealers who send their customers to CARSTAR All Line for repairs.
Bob Juniper was close to giving up on finding enough quality employees when he got a call from Community Refugee and Immigration Services a few years ago.
Janette Evans, president of Linton’s Humphreys Park Board, recently expressed her gratitude for work done at the playground by volunteers from two Linton, IN, auto body shops.
Despite the efforts of friends and passers-by, a boy was killed when a van he was working under slipped off a jack and crushed him in the parking lot of a northwest Indiana auto parts shop.