Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Following Virginia's landmark passage of the Clean Economy Act last year, four bills advancing to the state Senate would help make the Commonwealth more environmentally friendly by electrifying its transportation sector.
A fire broke out at a Mooresville, NC, auto shop at about 11 p.m. Feb. 2, destroying nine cars stored inside.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and the state Legislature’s Republican leadership have identified providing COVID-19 liability protections for businesses as an urgent priority.
A bill that would extend the length of time Georgia businesses are protected from certain COVID-19-related lawsuits cleared the House on Feb. 9.
Miami took third place as one of the U.S.'s most congested cities in 2020, as was pointed out by location specialist TomTom in its 2020 Traffic Index Report.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced Feb. 3 the acquisition of a collision repair center in Longwood, FL.
Classic Collision, LLC, announced its second acquisition in two weeks, with the acquisition of both America’s Best Auto Body locations in Florida.
Marcus & Millichap, a commercial real estate brokerage firm, announced Jan. 29 the sale of Caliber Collision South Tryon, a 31,500-square foot property located in Charlotte, NC, according to Justin W. West, regional manager of the firm’s Orlando, FL, office.
The Boring Company (TBC) recently met with Fort Lauderdale, FL, Mayor Dean J. Trantalis about a potential tunneling project in New River.
Maaco Winchester proudly donated $1,275 to the Winchester Rescue Mission, thanks to overwhelming community support.