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
New York City’s leading auto leasing company, Signature Auto Group, known for offering a large selection of vehicle makes and models online, has this week confirmed that their business now offers Allstate Insurance and an official full-service auto body repair shop with inspection services.
U.S. District Judge Nicholas G. Garufis dismissed some and allowed some of the claims against urethane manufacturer, Sika Corporation, in an ongoing boycott lawsuit, though the judge said some of the claims were time-barred in the lawsuit’s complaint.
When the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers (NJ CAR) first launched a special fundraising initiative in 2014, the organization never could have predicted it would become an ongoing partnership that has raised more than $2 million for The Valerie Fund and hundreds of children with cancer and blood disorders.
Firefighters battled a blaze at Force 1 Towing & Auto Body in Catasauqua, Lehigh County Monday morning.
Since starting his Greenwich-based Mobile Auto Body 101 out of the now familiar orange and black truck, John Castellana, Jr has been busy traveling to homes, office parks and businesses to perform body shop services.
After Rafael Miranda graduated from the auto program at Middlesex County Vocational Technical School in Perth Amboy, he landed a job working at an independent repair shop.
The Early Employment Initiative is a groundbreaking program that blends post-secondary technical education and on-the-job skills training working with local transportation industry employers.
Three neighbors who live near Save Rite Auto Sales and Service in Newberry Township have asked a judge to reverse a 2018 decision by the township's Zoning Hearing Board that granted relief to the auto repair business.
Governor Phil Murphy signed comprehensive legislation (S2252) that establishes goals and incentives for the increased use of plug-in electric vehicles and infrastructure in New Jersey.
Looking to address its vehicle shortage, the Buffalo Police Department plans to lease several new vehicles instead of purchasing them.