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
NABR has announced the launch of the VRS Labor Rate Survey in New York, sponsored by an anonymous western New York collision repairer.
A nurse is fighting to get her vehicle back from an auto body shop in the Bronx three months after bringing it in. (Photo credit: pix11.com)
Stephanie Guttierrez, a nurse in the Bronx, is worried she’ll never see her car again.
Castle Collision in Westbury, NY has been officially Certified by Assured Performance, a non-profit consumer advocacy organization for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training, and facility necessary to repair the participating automaker brand vehicles according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
Joshua Meleski, 14, and Nick Torrey, 14, work together using a socket wrench and other tools to remove rusted bolts from the cowl of the 1926 Model T Ford. [Wicked Local Staff Photo/Alyssa Stone]
Students in the technical studies program at Plymouth South High School in MA are punching their way back in time, rivet by rusty rivet.
Service King Collision Repair Centers®, in continuation of the organization’s national growth initiative, has announced the opening of two repair centers in Rochester, New York.
Tony Lombardozzi teaches shops how to get paid properly.
On the last day of AASP/NJ's 40th Annual NORTHEAST Conference and Tradeshow, Superare Marketing's Tony Lombardozzi and Peter Abdelmaseh hosted two sold-out sessions for shop owners: "Stop Playing by the Appraiser's Rules" and "Set Your Own Prices and Make Them Stick."
Glenn Josephides’ mantra is “Life is a learning lesson. If you don’t learn something during the day, the day was wasted.”
Nijuan West (right) and Kumar Sukhnandan (left), both of Schenectady, prepare the fender for sanding.
For their latest project, Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) students will be restoring a car that is at least twice as old as they are.
The NYPD puts an electronic billboard at the intersection where 32-year-old cyclist Gelacio Reyes was killed in a hit-and-run collision at 39th Street and 43rd Avenue in Sunnyside. (Photo credit: Bill Parry)
A 32-year old married father of three cycling home to Corona, NY on April 2 was struck and killed by an alleged drunk and unlicensed driver in Sunnyside, police said.
Panel: Livia Guarnieri of Axalta, Susanna Gotsch of CCC, Mike Anderson of Collision Advice, Andy MacDonald of VeriFacts, Caliber Collision's Jeff Brewer, Leigh Guarnieri of American Honda and Gary Ledoux from Honda
During AASP/NJ's 40th Annual NORTHEAST Conference and Tradeshow, American Honda held two unique educational opportunities for the shops on their ProFirst certification program.
A Cambridge, MA man's escape attempt ended in flames early Sunday, March 19 when the reportedly stolen U-Haul he was using to flee police crashed into a Revere auto body shop, police said.
John Mallery, owner of Mallery's Auto Body Inc., announced that his shop has been certified by Assured Performance, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that oversees standards in the auto body shop.
Mallery’s Auto Body Inc. in Olean, NY has been certified by Assured Performance, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization “for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training and facility necessary to repair the participating automaker-brand vehicles according to the manufacturer’s specifications.”
Patrick J. Torpey (Photo credit: New Windsor Police Department)
The New Windsor Police Department has announced the arrest of a local Tow Truck/Auto Body Shop owner for providing false information on several New York State Department of Motor Vehicle documents.