Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine
On Feb. 12, Rep. Glenn “GT” Thompson, R-Howard, PA, visited the Central Mountain High School Career and Technology Center, which has recently come under threat due to school district budget issues.
A Pittston, PA, man is facing felony fraud charges alleging he lied about the timing of an accident so that his auto insurance would pick up the tab.
The students in the welding and collision repair program at the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) in Clearfield, PA, constructed a forcible entry door simulator for the Lawrence Township Fire Department (LTFD).
Barry's Auto Body announced the release of the third video in its "I Gotta Guy" series, created to make car repair less intimidating.
H&V Collision Center, the largest family-owned-and-operated repair company in the Capital District, announced that it is now Audi Ultra-certified.
No-fault auto insurance was designed to ensure payment was made promptly, regardless of was at fault.
When Tammy and Paul Hunt aren't working in the wholesale parts department of Flemington Car and Truck Country/NJ Parts in Flemington, NJ, they run a farm/hunting preserve and help the community whenever they can.
CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts announced a new partnership with Legacy Autobody Group to join the CARSTAR family with four locations in Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania.
The team at Peruzzi Collision Center, the leading auto body repair shop serving Bensalem, PA, and surrounding areas, is busy preparing for another year of helping drivers stay safe on the road.
Joseph Carubba, President and CEO of Carubba Collision Corp., announced that Carubba Collision has once again expanded operations in Central New York State and the Capital District area with the addition of a second location in Syracuse and two new locations in the Albany area.
ABRA Auto Body & Glass has announced the addition of a new location in Parkesburg, PA, approximately 50 miles west of Philadelphia.
Kyle Karkowski works with precision on luxury BMWs at Driver’s Village, a sprawling automobile mega center that sells 22 brands of vehicles in Cicero, NY.