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
Kennedy-King College’s collision program, the only post-secondary collision program within the City Colleges of Chicago, will receive half of the funds raised during the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s (CREF) event, from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 20 at TopGolf Schaumburg.
Five years after turning its ignition, Kansas City-revved BacklotCars is being acquired in a historic $425 million deal.
Just like when your mom kept telling you to close the refrigerator door or not track mud in the house, we keep telling readers car thefts have spiked since the coronavirus lockdowns and they’re only going to get worse.
Avis Budget Car Rental is extending furloughs for more than 100 employees in Ohio because of the coronavirus pandemic, Cleveland.com reports.
Tom & Ed’s Autobody, a family-owned business since 1983, currently has locations in Northwest Indiana including Schererville, Merrillville, Crown Point, Burns Harbor and Cedar Lake.
The Ohio House on Sept. 2 signed off on legislation giving businesses, schools and workers liability protections from COVID-19 lawsuits.
A North Ridgeville, OH, car repair shop looks to set itself apart with a combination of quality repairs and a people-first mentality.
General Motors is converting 100 temporary workers at its midsize truck plant in Missouri to permanent jobs as the automaker ramps up production at the facility.