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 measure that would protect businesses, churches, schools and other entities from COVID-related lawsuits is quickly moving through the Missouri Senate and could be the first bill Gov. Mike Parson signs this year.
Direct from its success in Arizona, Illinois and Texas, new digital start-up Carsfast is now expanding its unique car buying and financing services throughout Missouri, starting in St. Louis.
Ward Muscatell says his new $6.5 million collision center in Moorhead, MN, will bring him a big competitive advantage in the area and his customers top-notch service.
Chicago-based Crash Champions LLC, a chain of auto collision repair centers, announced it has purchased Gillette’s Collision Center in Waukesha, WI.
A recently formed subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd. has announced it will operate an electric vehicle motor manufacturing plant in Berea, KY, with plans to employ 200 people by 2023, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced.
Sure, traffic can be thick around major cities. Of course, potholes dot roadways just like most other midwestern cities. However, Indiana ranks high when it comes to the best states for driving.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced the acquisition of a collision repair center in Wyandotte, MI.
Lucas Anstett grew up learning about car engines and auto glass repair from inside his father’s shop in Greenville, MI.
Under Gov. J.B. Pritzker's COVID-19 rules, the state's 11 regions were under four different classes of mitigations on Jan. 18, leading to some confusion among lawmakers and local officials.