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
Insurance company executives and auto salvage shop owners celebrated, while auto dealers and collision repairers condemned Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto of legislation dealing with who gets to dictate the cost of fixing accident damage to cars and trucks.
It's hard to find a good car guy, and for residents of Pasadena, MD, that search just got more difficult.
On Wednesday, Aug. 14, four deserving New Jersey area veterans experienced a life-changing event – the presentation of vehicles that provides them independence and the ability to work and take care of their families – thanks to the NABC Recycled Rides program along with GEICO, which donated all four vehicles, and collision repair partners ABRA & Caliber Collision in Pennington, NJ, Son’s Collision Centers and Auto Pro Collision.
A 14,000-square-foot auto body shop is being proposed for the northwest corner of Glasgow and West High Streets in Pottstown, PA.
For Tesla owner James Salantiri, his Model 3 and the valet-only Supercharger station at the William Vale Parking Garage in Brooklyn, NY, are intertwined.
MassBay Community College in Wellesley, MA, is pleased to celebrate its 16th year as the General Motors (GM) Satellite Training Center for the Boston area in the northeast region.
CARSTAR, North America’s premier network of independently owned collision repair facilities, was prominently featured on the No. 88 Axalta/CARSTAR Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 last week at the NASCAR Cup Series event at Watkins Glen International in Schulyer County, NY.
The eighth annual Art Beckman Memorial Cruise-In for Hospice of Garrett County, MD, is set for Sunday, Aug. 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Nu-Finish Collision Center, located at 1470 Maryland Highway, Mountain Lake Park, MD.
Environmental advocates converged on Camden County, NJ, to call for greater electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the county and across the state on Thursday, Aug. 1.