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U.S. District Judge Susan C. Bucklew sentenced Louis Thornton III, 63, of St. Petersburg, FL, to three years and six months in federal prison for fraudulently obtaining money through various COVID-19 relief programs, including the Small Business Administration's PPP and EIDL programs.

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Gerber Collision & Glass, a division of the Boyd Group, Inc., continued to support the collision industry’s future generation by funding a $2,500 Benchmark Grant, which will be used to better educate students and help ensure they are prepared to successfully begin a career in the collision repair industry after graduation.

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The Carolinas, Tennessee and Gulf States collision associations have postponed the Southeast Collision Conference due to the ongoing COVID-19 surge.

Friday, 14 January 2022 17:19

EV Owner Driving Tesla’s Shortest-Range Car Shares Experience During I-95 Traffic Catastrophe

Written by Simon Alvarez, Teslarati

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Dan Kanninen, an electric vehicle driver and former White House liaison at the EPA, recently shared his personal experience during the I-95 traffic catastrophe, which resulted in about 48 miles of the interstate being closed due to ice and snow.

Thursday, 13 January 2022 18:05

Rivian’s Georgia Plant Site Plan Details: 144 Chargers, Adventure Trail, More

Written by Simon Alvarez, Teslarati

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It appears Rivian has big plans for its upcoming Georgia plant.

Monday, 10 January 2022 22:52

Florida Man Slams into Vintage Trucks When He Loses Control of Mazda

Written by Elizabeth Puckett, Motorious

 

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A few vintage trucks were parked at a South Florida business when a Mazda left the interstate, took down a fence and slammed into the parked vehicles.

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