Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Insurers including Progressive Corp. and Allstate Corp. have stopped issuing policies on new cars in certain Florida counties, hindering vehicle sales days before Hurricane Irma is forecast to hit the state.
Preston High School’s Career & Technical Education program is the most impressive in West Virginia — for its variety of courses, student performance and how many students complete all the courses in an area of study.
CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts, North America’s largest Multi-Shop Operator Network of independently owned collision repair facilities, announced the opening of CARSTAR Lexington Collision Center at 1840 Augusta Highway in Lexington, SC.
Team PRP Premium Recycled Parts will welcome new member Carolina Salvage, in Rock Hill, SC, effective Sept. 6.
Car Guys Collision Repair has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Gunder’s Auto Repair in Lakeland, FL.
Audi Hilton Head will break ground on a new 30,000-square-foot facility at New River Auto Mall in Hardeeville, SC, on Aug. 22, according to a news release from the company.
Brothers Chattney and Keyon Harris, owners of J&C's Auto Body & Detail Shop, want to bring the Statesville community together for a back-to-school bash.
On August 1, Service King Collision Repair Centers®, a national leader in high-quality automotive collision repair service, announced the organization has officially added its fourth Tampa location as part of the company's ongoing strategic growth initiative.
A Florida man was killed by an exploding Takata air bag inflator while doing a DIY repair in June last year.
In response to members' requests, the Women's Industry Network (WIN®) hosted its first three regional events in Southern California, Chicago, IL and Atlanta, GA, on June 13 and 14.
To kick off summer this year, the Jim Ellis Automotive Group wrapped up a successful charitable campaign where a portion of each sale during the month of May went to support local first responders. Thanks to the support of old and new customers alike, a total of $65,000 was raised and is being divided evenly between 10 Atlanta-area police and fire departments.
JACKSONVILLE, FL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--USAA insurance companies agreed to pay an average of more than $450 in past-due sales tax to approximately 50,000 Florida auto policyholders who experienced total loss claims, based on plaintiffs' calculations in a class action lawsuit settlement.
Students at the Chesterfield Career and Technical @ Courthouse and automotive partners from across the region recently presented Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Department of Social Services client Tywanda Auld with a refurbished Pontiac G6 through the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Recycled Rides™ program.