Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
On Sept. 27 at 2 p.m., Sun Toyota will host executives of GEICO® and local dignitaries to donate a 2015 Dodge Journey vehicle to Starting Right, Now, a 501(C) (3) nonprofit program for homeless teens.
Cody Mayfield wears two hats: one as a third-generation body shop owner and a second as a firefighter for the Carroll County Fire Department in Georgia.
Some 60 first responders representing 20 fire stations from Virginia gathered Thursday, Sept. 20 at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Vehicle Research Center in Ruckersville, VA, for a demonstration of the latest techniques in emergency vehicle extrication.
Hurricane Florence downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane to a tropical storm Sept. 14, but the floods continue to threaten the North Carolina coast.
After 47 years of working with the family business, Bud Sikes sold the assets of Sikes & Stowe Downtown Collision and stepped out of the business Friday, Sept. 14.
On Tuesday, Sept. 18, Tampa, FL, veteran Deundre Williams experienced a life-changing event---the presentation of a car to provide him independence and the ability to work and take care of his family.
In crashes where minutes can spell the difference between life and death, first responders to the accident scene need up-to-date information so they can act quickly and safely.
Southside Rides Body Shop in Winston-Salem, NC, gives recently released inmates and troubled teens a place to work and learn the automotive business.
Contrary to the popular saying, what you don’t know can hurt you.