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
Revel, an electric transportation company engaged in electric moped sharing, announced a plan to launch its first EV fast-charging Superhub in Brooklyn at the historic former Pfizer building, currently used by small businesses and start-ups.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) will present “ADAS: The Future is NOW,” a seminar focusing on advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), for members via Zoom, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 18.
Maryland’s House Environment and Transportation Committee meeting had an in-depth auto glass discussion as several industry members weighed in on HB 519, which would require those installing auto glass in the state to follow the AGRSS Standard.
A recent post from Tesla’s official LinkedIn account indicated the company is looking to bolster its Autopilot team with a number of dedicated data annotation-related job openings.
As America readies for the action of the field Feb. 7, Kia Motors America announced Feb. 5 an all-out blitz in support of America's youth, specifically those whose football dreams have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, one in five people in Philadelphia were food-insecure.
Following the passage of Senate Bill 4336/Assembly Bill 6163 in 2020, New York received “green,” the highest rating, in the 18th annual Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws report, which Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety released in January.
Recently, a deserving Oakfield, NY, recipient experienced a life-changing event---the presentation of a vehicle to provide them independence and the ability to work and take care of their families---thanks to the Ken Barrett Collision Center and car donor GEICO, along with the National Auto Body Council Recycled Rides program.
“I said I was going to rule from the bench,” said U.S. District Court Judge Douglas Woodlock at the end of a video conference hearing about Massachusetts’ Right to Repair legislation. “And I have ruled from my chair, so you can get going.”
The Right to Repair Coalition and the Coalition for Safe and Secure Data received a combined $51.5 million in contributions this election cycle, making Massachusetts Question 1 the most expensive measure in the state for at least the last 15 years.