Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine
A Hudson County, NJ, man admitted in federal court on March 10 he recruited Bergen County, NJ, traffic accident victims for an insurance fraud racket that racked up $3.5 million in bogus medical bills.
Associations and businesses have begun to speak out---in both opposition and support---of a new piece of auto glass legislation introduced in Connecticut’s General Assembly.
The Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association, in collaboration with AASP/NJ and the NORTHEAST management, have been updated as to the decision to move the show to new dates of August 21-23, 2020.
The New Jersey Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee on Jan. 9 amended Senate Bill 2144, which would allow policyholders to sue insurance companies for unfair practices, and its companion Assembly Bill 4293, down to just one line of automotive coverage and removed the call for triple damages for violations.
Al Brodeur's Auto Body is celebrating 50 years in business.
When I wrote seeking memories of local service stations last fall, I had no idea how many I’d receive. I’ve been sharing them here and there, but today, I have a special one to focus on.
Just a few days after the Geneva Motor Show was canceled due to the coronavirus, officials from the New York Auto Show stated the event will proceed as scheduled. And to make sure we heard right, they sent a follow up message to reassure us everything is going as planned and the show is still on.
Albert Kemperle Inc. will celebrate its 80th anniversary during its 2020 Expo, April 23 through April 25 at the Hilton Long Island/Huntington in Melville, NY.