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1HomePageMap small se 0816Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia

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Vehicle inspection requirements, which were suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic, will return in West Virginia on Oct. 1, per an executive order signed by Gov. Jim Justice.

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Andrews Transportation Group in Brentwood, TN, announced plans to expand mechanical services to its core business servicing Cadillac, Jaguar and Land Rover products.

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Advance Auto Parts Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Advance Auto Parts, Inc., a leading automotive aftermarket parts supplier, today announced a $200,000 commitment and partnership with Wake Technical Community College for a first-of-its-kind recruitment initiative aimed at increasing student diversity in the school’s automotive systems technology and collision repair programs.

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After more than two years in litigation, the case of Allstate v. Auto Glass America and its owner Charles Isaly continues in court.

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Tesla’s war with laws that prohibit the direct sale of cars to consumers continues, but the automaker is making progress across the U.S.

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Performance Racing Industry (PRI) has joined forces with the North Carolina Motorsports Association (NCMA) to protect racing in the Tar Heel State---home to more than 50 race tracks and more than 30,000 motorsports jobs.