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
Mark Battenfield of Battman Collision Repair in Sand Springs, OK, has his hands full these days with never-ending collision repair work.
Experts say a loophole in Minnesota’s vehicle titling law allows dangerous cars to be sold to unsuspecting buyers. And with a surge of flooded cars from hurricane-ravaged Florida and Texas about to hit the resale market, the problem could get worse.
If you are looking for an auto shop to fix your car, you might want to check out West Michigan Collision.
The driver of a semi truck lost control of the vehicle Oct. 15 and crashed into a car repair shop in Cicero, IL.
Claudette Larrieu’s accessible van means freedom for the Eagan, MN, resident.
A Greenfield, IN, firefighter died in the line of duty following a large blaze Nov. 10 near downtown Greenfield.
Ricky Rosa of Aurora, IL, said he had never even changed his own oil before applying to the auto body program at Waubonsee Community College.
Tesla seeks a change to state law that would allow it to open its own stores and service centers in Wisconsin, but it could face pushback by some traditional auto dealers.
Experts say the number of deer vs. car collisions rises in October because it is deer mating season.
Warrensburg Collision, located at 220 W. Young Avenue, Warrensburg, MO, employs technicians with advanced training, certifications and extensive experience in car painting, auto parts repair and auto body repair to deliver the best quality service.
The Seward County Community College Auto Body Collision Repair program is doing a community service project to collect food and other goods for gift baskets that will help provide for struggling families on Thanksgiving.
Cherokee County Sheriff's Office donated a 1998 Chevy Tahoe to Illinois River Area Fire Department to be refitted for use by the chief, Stephen Alyea.
A salvaged vehicle fixed up this past year by collision repair students found a new home Oct. 20, to the delight of Metropolitan Community College student Damingo Burks.