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 43rd Annual NORTHEAST 2020 Automotive Services Show will proceed as planned, March 20 through March 22, organizers announced March 4 in a news release.
Two Rockland County students won the New York State Automotive Technology Competition, taking home thousands of dollars in scholarships and winning a chance to compete for some $3 million in prizes at the 2020 New York International Auto Show national championship in April.
Balise Collision Repair of West Springfield, MA, and several community donors on Feb. 25 delivered the repaired vehicle to a heroic couple who risked their lives to track down a suspected vehicle in the abduction of a young girl from Springfield in January.
Second Chances Garage, which sits on Market Street at the north end of downtown Frederick, looks like an ordinary auto shop on the outside. But it’s far from it. The shop sells its cars for $500 — plus $280 for titling — to those who need them the most but cannot afford them.
An auto body shop caught fire late Wednesday, Feb. 19th in Kittanning, destroying the business and leaving a neighborhood shaken.
The owner of a local auto body shop here is accused of defrauding customers, and investigators are seeking additional victims.
PA attorney general seeking restitution for alleged victims of Delta Auto Protect, which sold vehicle repair warranties.
The 43rd installment of AASP/NJ’s NORTHEAST® Automotive Services Show is scheduled to take place at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ on March 20--22.
On January 13, the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure heard House Bill 4122, an update to the state’s current Right to Repair law, designed to better address the needs related to increasing prevalence of telematics in vehicle technology and repairs.
Over the weekend, Universal Technical Institute in Bloomfield welcomed over one hundred high school students from the New York Metropolitan Area to test their automotive knowledge in the campus’s annual Top Tech Challenge.