Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
High school students from Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4 and Bamberg School District 1 recently attended an event presented by Universal Technical Institute (UTI) and NASCAR Technical Institute (NTI) at Cope Area Career Center.
A Columbia, S.C.,-based auto body repair company plans to open its third metro area location in downtown Augusta this fall.
On May 7, Caliber Collision hosted a food drive to help families feed children over the summer months. Food collected in the Upstate will feed some of the one-in-five children struggling with hunger in South Carolina.
On April 16, the Nashville I-CAR Committee held its Annual Golf Fundraiser at Topgolf Nashville, benefitting Nashville-area high school and college collision programs.
There’s a lot of discussion, including in several of these Did You Know articles, about autonomous vehicles.
On April 10, the Knoxville I-CAR Committee held a meeting at TCAT during lunch to discuss the group’s upcoming golf tournament, which will support the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF).
On Friday, April 12, two deserving Orlando, FL, residents experienced a life-changing event: the presentation of vehicles to provide them independence and the ability to work and take care of their families.
A Florida Senate bill that aims to revise the state’s laws related to assignments of benefits (AOBs) passed the Rules Committee with a vote of 11--6 and moved to the full Senate for review April 19.
From March 22--24, DRIVE held its semi-annual shop owner’s expo, DRIVE Expo East, at the Savannah Riverfront Marriott in Savannah, GA.
News 3 in Norfolk, VA, reported that the Williamsburg, VA, man who shot a local auto body shop employee was sentenced in court on April 17.