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
The Collision Repair Education Foundation has come through with another donation for Jeff Tech vocational-technical school.
An auto repair shop that claims a Mercedes-Benz dealership demanded kickbacks for customer referrals is suing the automaker and car dealer for $11.5 million.
This fall, Today's Collision Repair in Malden, MA, participated in the Recycled Rides™ program, facilitated by the National Auto Body Council (NABC), for the fourth time.
Drivers dealing with car damage as a result of a storm can contact Peruzzi Collision Center for collision and dent repair in Levittown, PA.
BumperDoc Brooklyn is expanding in New York with a second location opening soon in Queens at 72-45 51st St. Flushing, NY 11377.
Two people were injured and a portion of the interstate had to be shut down Oct. 11 after several cars crashed into a moose.
ABT Auto Body Technicians in Marshalls Creek, the oldest, largest auto body shop in the Poconos, was sold Oct. 6 for $3.45 million.
An ad on the Achin’s Garage website promises Massachusetts state inspections “made easy,” done in almost no time at all “without taking up a chunk of your day.”
Not only does Carubba Collision donate to feed those who are less fortunate in its community, but Carubba Collision also helps feed the community’s pets! The donation will provide 18,000 pounds of pet food.
Pittsburgh Glass Works says “a combination of difficult realities” could lead to closing its Creighton plant next year.
When police arrested a New Jersey man in August for allegedly stealing a Honda CRV in central Greenwich, officers assigned to the car theft squad and the accused had met before.
Cole’s Collision Centers, the Capital Region’s largest and fastest-growing, family-owned auto repair company, officially opened its newest location in the Town of North Greenbush.