Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
The state of Florida has introduced assignment of benefit (AOB) legislation for the second time after it was defeated in the Senate Banking and Insurance Subcommittee last year on a split 4-4 vote.
100 students enrolled in the Fauquier County School Division’s auto body repair and auto technology classes, now have a couple more cars to work on.
Arlington Toyota will transform its Jacksonville dealership property near the northeast corner of Atlantic Boulevard and St. Johns Bluff Road.
Some of Marion’s generous individuals and businesses were recognized Tuesday evening at the regular City Council meeting.
Two Long Beach, Mississippi men were sentenced today for their roles in a long-running odometer tampering scheme, the Department of Justice announced.
Government Employees Insurance Co., Geico Indemnity Co., Geico General Insurance Company and Geico Casualty Co. (collectively Geico) have filed a federal lawsuit in Florida.
Automotive students at the Scott County Career and Technical Center are getting hands-on, real-world experience without leaving the classroom.
The Florida Legislature started its 2020 legislative session this week and lawmakers are set to consider a number of insurance-focused issues over the course of the 60-day period.