Arkansas Senate Bill (SB) 291, introduced by State Sen. Greg Standridge, R-16, would repeal the requirement for the use of aftermarket crash parts in repair of a vehicle that is still under the manufacturer’s warranty without the vehicle owner’s written consent.

Service King Collision Repair Centers welcomed members of the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Army’s Soldier For Life Program on February 21st inside the company’s North Texas home office.

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Celebrating its 100th anniversary, the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) kicked off a series of yearlong commemorative events at its annual convention and expo in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 26 to 29.

Billy Walkowiak

Billy Walkowiak, founder of Collision Safety Consultants


Since Billy Walkowiak founded Collision Safety Consultants seven years ago, he has helped consumers, body shops, dealerships and even insurance companies with diminished value claims as well as inspecting post-repair vehicles to determine whether they were fixed properly.

After meeting all of American Honda’s stringent requirements, Ellis County Auto Repair of Waxahachie, Texas has been certified and approved to be the 955th ProFirst Certified Shop in the nation.

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Chief has appointed two new distributors to represent its full line of collision repair equipment in Texas.

Wreck Check Car Scan Centers recently announced that they have added Harold and Janet Heisey as their 30th licensee.

Caliber Collision Recognized Lincoln Tech
Caliber Collision’s Colorado Team accepts the Employer of the Year award from the Lincoln College of Technology in Denver at its Stars and Bars awards ceremony. (Left to right): Phil Palumbo, Jeff Olin, Matt O'Neill, and Rich Viano.

Lincoln College of Technology in Denver has named Caliber Collision as Employer of the Year.

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Griffith Auto Body now is housed at 301 W. Platte Ave. in Fort Morgan. The shop moved to the new location at the beginning of the year. (Photo credit: Jon A. Yamamoto / Fort Morgan Times)

Driving west on Platte Avenue in Fort Morgan can take one on a ride down memory lane, as old American-made cars from the '50s through the '70s can often be seen in front of Griffith Auto Body, located in the 300 block on the north side of the street.

Last November, a 2011 Toyota Camry was brought into Coach Works Auto Body for a post-repair inspection.

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