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
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) will host a virtual membership meeting Dec. 17 via Zoom that will focus on the efforts behind the recently passed Massachusetts Right to Repair Law ballot measure, as well as local legislative efforts and how they apply to New Jersey.
Officials in New Jersey are considering bringing back the light blue license plates used long ago.
Republican members of the New Jersey Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee want legislators to include relief for small businesses and nonprofits impacted by COVID-19 in any forthcoming relief measure.
Marlborough, MA, Girl Scouts teamed up with Al Brodeur’s Auto Body to host a successful food drive to benefit the city’s food pantry, the Community Cupboard.
With COVID-19 dramatically affecting collision repair businesses in New Jersey over the past several months, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) has been actively assisting several shops in ensuring that their auto body licenses will be renewed for the next two years.
The following statement can be attributed to Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, Auto Care Association:
On Nov. 3, Massachusetts voters overwhelmingly voted “yes” on question No. 1 of the state election ballot, thereby approving the initiative law to enhance, update and protect the 2013 Motor Vehicle Right to Repair Law as an amendment to the Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Right to Repair Act.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health said Nov. 17 residents should wear masks in all settings---even if socially distanced---and avoid traveling, if possible.
Massachusetts residents spoke out and voted “yes” on the Right to Repair Bill.