Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
A Kentucky Ford Truck Plant employee has tested positive for the coronavirus, a spokeswoman confirmed March 25.
Like many businesses, Murray’s Auto Glass in Marietta, OH, has been closed as part of the precautions against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Between all the canceled car shows/auctions and the social distancing, automotive enthusiasts are having a tough time right now, but in areas not under stay-at-home orders, driving is still a great way to stay safe... and sane.
Auto body shops are remaining opening during the coronavirus pandemic, and some in Michigan are offering special deals for essential workers still hitting the roads.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Inc., President Leah Curry sent a message to employees saying an employee at a Gibson Co., IN, plant has tested positive for coronavirus.
The Nebraska Auto Body Association (NABA) hosted Kristen Felder, founder and CEO of Collision Hub, for an informative presentation, “Negotiations---Getting to Yes.”
General Motors has finalized the purchase of 158 acres in Lordstown, OH, for a $2.3 billion next-gen battery-cell plant.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers' “Safer at Home” order allows essential businesses to continue operating during the coronavirus pandemic.