Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
Service King Collision Repair Centers® recently announced the opening of its 36th Dallas-Fort Worth location.
Service King Collision Repair Centers® recently announced the company is expanding its service in the Colorado Springs area.
For 23 years, Service King Collision Repair Centers and its Dallas-Fort Worth teammates have welcomed the fall with its annual DFW Charity Golf Tournament.
Service King Collision Repair Centers®, with the help of its Phoenix, AZ, teammates, recently presented a donation in the amount of $35,000 to Singleton Moms as part of the organization’s ongoing Service King Cares initiative.
Chuck Charlton of Charlton Auto Body in Stafford, TX, understands customers and treats them like family.
Your morning commute is guided by invisible forces in the form of sensors, electronic traffic signs and lights.
Automotive students from Dallas Skyline High School received a surprise classroom makeover Nov. 17, just in time for the holiday season.
Service King Collision Repair Centers® recently hosted an official hard hat tour inside its future Rockwall, TX, location.
Austin Townsend said he has been passionate about “everything automotive” for as long as he can remember.
While Texas state officials claim to be looking into the matter, the state’s DMV has outlawed any re-bodied vehicles and has started to revoke titles and registrations for dune buggies in the state, a move that has provoked Texan kit car enthusiasts to start lobbying the state to re-legalize the vehicles.
Texas has the highest number of flooded vehicles in the country, and they're being sold---not just in the flood-ravaged areas of Houston, but somewhere in San Antonio---and it's perfectly legal.
Laneys Collision Center, 916 E. Hillsboro in El Dorado, AR, announced it is now a member of the Kia Recognized Collision Repair Facility Program, which launched nationwide Oct. 27 through a partnership with the Assured Performance Network.
According to a press release on PRSync, the collision repair industry is rear-ending many auto body and paint technicians in Texas and other states with salaries 77 percent lower than their same-skilled counterparts at competing collision repair and custom paint shops in the same city.