Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Brandi Scott began attending Fayetteville Technical Community College in Spring 2016, after finishing active duty.
After finishing active duty, Brandi Scott was looking for a fresh start in Fayetteville, NC.
A split second after Deb Orr drove through the green light, a commercial truck struck the back side of her 2015 Honda. Orr left her Civic at a dealership for repairs and State Farm covered the costs.
BumperDoc, an auto body paint shop franchise, (BumperDoc Franchises) is celebrating the grand opening of shop number six in the state of Florida, located in Oakland Park.
A truck driver said his brakes went out moments before his tractor-trailer crashed into 10 vehicles and barrelled through the front of Jimmy's Garage on North Main Street in Greer, SC, a police collision report revealed.
The Driven Brands Charitable Foundation (DBCF) spread early holiday cheer on December 21 at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, NC.
Photo credit: Jose Zozaya/WTVM
Columbus, GA entrepreneur Chester Jackson continued his annual tradition of giving out bicycles to local children for the fifth year on December 17.
The vehicle was impaled perfectly by the paddle.
Judy Hinchey says she will never forget the day a kayak paddle flew off of a truck on interstate 64, piercing the front of her SUV.
After the city received several complaints from individuals and insurance companies about being overcharged by area tow companies, the Oxford Police Department conducted an audit of the five towing companies contracted with the city to provide tow services for wrecks and illegal parking.
Gerber Collision & Glass has announced the December 6, 2016 opening of three collision repair centers in Florida.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is trying to reduce the number of crashes involving deer on Interstate 64.
The newly-formed North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) has joined the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) as its newest affiliate association.
A tip from a worker at a Columbus auto parts shop helped local authorities catch a ring of thieves using stolen credit card accounts to buy thousands of dollars in high-end car parts, a police sergeant said on November 23.