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Wednesday, 15 November 2017 21:43

'Fixed-Up' Cars from Hurricanes Flooding Used Car Market in Florida

Written by Vic Micolucci, Jodi Mohrmann & Eric Wallace, News 4 Jax

Two months after Hurricane Irma hit the Florida area, you could be hit with another disaster. 

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 23:58

Manufacturers Threaten Automotive Workforce Levels in SC

Written by Patrick Hoff, Charleston Regional Business Journal

Boeing, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz are bringing investment and jobs to the Charleston, SC, area, an economic boon for the Lowcountry.

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 17:33

West Virginia Tops State Farm List of Deer Crashes

Written by Lauren McMillen, WDTV

The Mountain State has once again topped State Farm's list for the likelihood of vehicle accidents involving deer.

The Boyd Group Inc. announced the Oct. 27 acquisition of an MSO in Tennessee, consisting of nine collision repair centers located in the Nashville region. 

It was an emotional morning for one local Orlando caregiver Oct. 26 as she was handed keys to a fully restored 2015 Kia Optima.

Tuesday, 07 November 2017 17:43

Advanced Collision Repair Unveils New Home in Starkville, MS

Written by Logan Kirkland, Starkville Daily News

Starkville native Russell Winston has been in the business of fixing cars since 1995. 

Monday, 30 October 2017 21:54

Unsung Heroes of Ebby’s Collision Shop Active Shooter Standoff Honored in Williamsburg, VA

Written by Andrew Harris, Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Five members of the York County community were honored Oct. 19 for taking action to help save a fellow citizen in July.

Monday, 30 October 2017 20:28

Build it to Wreck it: GICCA Students Prepare Cars for Demolition Derby in Brunswick, GA

Written by Lauren McDonald, The Brunswick News

An instructive way to learn how to put something together is to tear it apart.

Friday, 27 October 2017 21:46

New Degree for Tech Students at Lake-Sumter State College in FL

Written by Carlos E. Medina, Daily Commercial

A technical education can lead to an associate’s or even a bachelor’s degree, thanks to a new Lake-Sumter State College program.

Friday, 27 October 2017 18:47

Public Safety Students Get Real-Life Lessons in Lakeland, FL, Thanks to Local Businesses

Written by Staff, Polk Newsroom

Polk State Kenneth C. Thompson Institute of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy cadets participated one recent morning in traffic-stop simulations---lessons that are now more realistic thanks to some local donors.

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