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While most of his days are filled with car parts, bondo and paint, Eagle Auto Body owner, Rob Albino’s other days are filled with him taking the turns on a racetrack.

A complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York against a towing company which the complaint claims has overcharged thousands of consumers who required towing services from a towing company that is the exclusive towing company authorized by the New York City Police Department to tow vehicles on seven highways with a daily vehicle volume of 1.2 million cars per day.

The Superior Court in Union County, NJ, denied a Motion to Dismiss filed by New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance (NJM) in relation to a class-action lawsuit filed in June 2019 alleging steering-related violations against non-DRP collision repair facilities.

A proposed cannabis retailer has paid $2 million for DeBois Auto Body, an automotive collision repair and auto body garage operating for more than 60 years in Worcester, MA.

The Pennsylvania Department of Education has awarded $118,892 in grant funding to the three technical schools in Bucks County, PA, to purchase new equipment for training in high-demand occupations.

Tuesday, 24 December 2019 19:58

NCC Automotive Programs to Debut Paid Co-ops

Nashua, NH, Community College automotive programs will soon launch a paid summer co-op for students.