Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
It’s that time of year---deer mating season, which means movement of the animals has increased across the country, and drivers need to be extra careful.
When the Jane Jones Food Pantry first began operating in 2009, it did so without any signage showing residents the location of the food assistance program.
Progressive Corporation’s appeal was dismissed by the state appeals panel in Florida in early November.
Albany, GA, Technical College students returned to campus Oct. 22 for the first time since the arrival of Hurricane Michael on Oct. 10.
The Craven County Sheriff’s Office and CNET (Coastal Narcotics Enforcement Team) have made what investigators say is a major drug bust, and very likely a major insurance fraud bust as well, at a used car dealership in Vanceboro, NC.
Hey drivers! Put down that cell phone because Alabama is on the verge of passing hands-free driving laws in March 2019.
Indianapolis-based Dickinson Fleet Services is growing its footprint in south Florida.
A technology company operating in Babcock Ranch, FL, was ordered by the U.S. Department of Transportation on Oct. 19 to cease activity on a pilot program using autonomous vehicles to transport school children.
Insurance industry losses from Hurricane Florence, which hit the Carolinas mid-September as a Category 1 storm, will be manageable and not have a severe impact on insurers, according to experts.
Volvo Cars recently started production on its S60 mid-size sedan from the company’s first American manufacturing factory in Ridgeville, SC.