Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
On Dec. 18, the Nashville I-CAR Committee held its final meeting of 2019 to review the year’s accomplishments, elect officers for 2020, and establish goals for the new year.
Surveillance cameras at an auto repair shop in Columbia, MS, captured dramatic video of an EF-2 tornado as it crossed the street and delivered a direct hit to the business.
Columbus County, NC, woman is accused of falsely claiming car damage from crash involving a deer, the state said.
On Dec. 3, the Knoxville I-CAR Committee met for lunch at Calhoun’s On The River in order to elect officers for 2020 and recognize sponsors of the committee’s 2019 golf outing fundraiser to express appreciation for their support.
Classic Collision Inc., an Atlanta-based collision repair company, announced that it has acquired Carolina Auto Body across the South Florida region.
Darlington County, SC, deputies are investigating multiple thefts from an area body shop.
A batch of students who attended the first-ever Tesla START program at the Electric Vehicle Training Center in Miami Dade College’s (MDC) West Campus graduated.
U.S. District Court Judge Carlos E. Mendoza denied Allstate’s request to dismiss Auto Glass America LLC (AGA) and its owner Charles Isaly’s counterclaim.
One person died after a freak accident at a La Vergne, TN, body shop the day before Thanksgiving.