In Case You Missed It: Top 5 Stories of the Week of Sept. 25-29

Written by Autobody News Staff
Sept. 29, 2023

These were the top five collision repair news stories on Autobody News this week. Scroll through to get caught up, or if you want a second read.

top-5-storiesU.S. House Passes Bill to Prevent Internal Combustion Engine Bans

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Preserving Choice in Vehicle Purchases Act, prohibiting the EPA from issuing a waiver to California for regulations that would ban the sale of new motor vehicles with internal combustion engines (ICE) in the state by 2035.

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top-5-storiesAuto Parts Suppliers Brace for Effects of UAW Strike

Collision repair shops still dealing with lingering supply chain issues caused by the pandemic might see the situation exacerbated by a prolonged strike.

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top-5-storiesBeverly CoachCraft Calls Industrial Finishes and Systems ‘More Than Just a Distributor’

Beverly CoachCraft in West Los Angeles, CA, depends on its paint jobber, Industrial Finishes and Systems, to help it repair the finest vehicles in the world.

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top-5-storiesPPG Introduces Digital Innovations for the Mixing Room to Save Time, Reduce Waste, Increase Accuracy

Solutions recently launched for the PPG LINQ™ digital ecosystem are leading to a new era of paint mixing that can spark gains in key-to-key productivity.

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top-5-storiesOn The Lighter Side: Los Angeles Auto Show to Unveil Kevin Hart's Stunning Car Collection

The Kevin Hart Kollection at LA Auto Show will showcase 11 of the megastar's prized vehicles including muscle cars and late-model Ferraris.

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