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
Mother-of-four Julisiana Olivarez has been scrambling to maintain a reliable vehicle for six months while juggling children’s medical appointments, getting to and from work, and incurring the cost of taxi and Uber rides.
Farmers Insurance donated a newly refurbished vehicle to local nonprofit The Whole Person during a special ceremony Nov. 11 in Shawnee, KS.
COVID-19 is hitting autoworkers at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles once again.
Minnesota is getting its first dedicated deer crossing, which should help keep motorists and animals who often cross Highway 14 in Dodge County safer.
Farmers Insurance donated a newly refurbished vehicle to a single mom of three during a special ceremony on Nov. 19 in Overland Park, KS.
The St. Louis I-CAR Committee hosted its final meeting of the year virtually Nov. 12.
Tesla-friendly provisions in Michigan House Bill 6233 that would have allowed the electric automaker to perform direct sales and own service centers were removed just before state lawmakers passed the bill 65-39.
An estimated 20,000 active and retired Ford factory workers, their immediate family members and surviving spouses will have the option to get coronavirus tests at a large UAW hall in Louisville, KY, in coming days after an executive board voted unanimously to bring in a private laboratory at no cost to union members.
Barney Lehnerr, owner of Transitions Group, Inc., in Wichita, KS, typically uses big loading trucks to deliver furniture rentals for various clients across the region.
1Collision announced Dec. 2 its first location in the state of South Dakota, Auto Body Clinic in Huron, SD.