Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
The modern-day automobile industry and marketplace is on the brink of evolution, according to one autonomous vehicle consultant.
Kingwood Park, TX, native Cameren May discovered his love for “anything with a motor” when his dad brought home a 1981 Firebird for them to work on just two years ago.
Hurricane Harvey tore through Houston, TX, at the end of August, causing an estimated $70 billion to $200 billion worth of damage and taking the lives of 70 Americans.
Since insurance companies began utilizing cell phone apps for photo estimating a few years ago, it has become a topic of great concern among many collision repair professionals.
For the 15th straight year, Service King Collision Repair Centers and its teammates were recognized by The Dallas Business Journal as part of the publication’s annual DFW Best Places to Work list.
Daniel Gonzalez stood next to his father under the shade of a tree at the Imperial Oaks apartment complex, and offered fallow glances at the parking lot where the men’s two immobile vehicles sat.
When Hurricane Harvey hit the Southeast part of Texas during the weekend of August 25-27, many small towns along the coast were utterly devastated and destroyed.
CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts, North America’s largest Multi-Shop Operator Network of independently owned collision repair facilities, announced the opening of CARSTAR Autopro Collision Chandler in Chandler, AZ. The CARSTAR location is owned by Lynda Riecks, and her husband Ron serves as the CFO.
Up to a million vehicles submerged by the recent hurricane in Houston are expected to be totaled by insurers. Tom Epperson is determined to keep them off his used car lot in Tucson, AZ.
Car dealers stateside are expecting a huge surge in business once Houston gets back on its feet.