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Cheryl Miller, who in April had been granted a leave of absence from her position as AutoNation’s president and CEO for health reasons, has decided not to return and has resigned from AutoNation and its board of directors, a move that was effective July 14.

In a country as large and diverse as the U.S., each state offers a range of pros and cons across a number of aspects. 

Wednesday, 15 July 2020 21:27

Caliber Appoints New VP of Glass Operations

Caliber Collision recently announced it has appointed Mark Turner as its glass operations vice president.

Ford on July 13 unveiled the 2021 Bronco, including a classic two-door and first-ever four-door, the flagship of an all-new family of rugged off-road vehicles.

As Ford prepares to unleash the 2021 Bronco, the Jeep Wrangler has no intentions of giving up its customers easily.

General Motors Co. has a problem with absenteeism at its vital truck plants just when it needs every single body it can get on the assembly line.

Scanning and diagnostics are quickly becoming the fastest-growing segments of vehicle repair.

CSN Collision Centres (CSN) and 1Collision Network have announced the merger of their business operations.

Congratulations to Stacey Phillips, freelance contributor at Autobody News, for receiving an award for her column, “Solving the Tech Shortage.”

Monday, 13 July 2020 22:51

On the Lighter Side: 17 Futuristic Car Designs from Visionaries of the Past

Written by Christopher McFadden, Interesting Engineering

Here are 17 interesting futuristic car designs from the past that will bring a smile to your face.

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