Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Two veterans who are struggling to make ends meet got new rides in Virginia Beach, VA, Wednesday, April 3, reported News 3 in Norfolk, VA.
As President Donald Trump continues to consider closing the United States’ border with Mexico, West Virginia business owners and industry advocates worry about the effect it could have on the state’s automotive sector.
Tampa, FL, Police Department is investigating as stolen cars were stripped down for parts. TPD arrested a repair shop owner for allegedly running a chop shop.
The owner of a Greenwood County, SC, auto body shop that was destroyed in a 2018 fire is pushing for the right to rebuild.
Florida adopted a personal-injury protection [PIP] auto insurance law in 1979 and remains one of 10 states with a “no fault” mandate that requires motorists to carry $10,000 in medical coverage.
A Thomasville, GA, business owner accused of trafficking counterfeit car parts made in China pleaded guilty March 29 to the crime, Middle District of Georgia U.S. Attorney Charles Peeler said.
Alisha Rousset will not forget her daughter’s sixth birthday.
Avenues Motors Ltd., which operates as Coggin Nissan at the Avenues in Jacksonville, FL, wants to rezone the property at 10859 Philips Highway as a planned unit development.
On March 23, the Charlotte, NC, Checkers teamed up with a group of corporate partners---GEICO, Caliber Collision, Keffer Hyundai and Veterans Bridge Home---to surprise a local Air Force veteran with a newly restored Hyundai Sonata during the second intermission.