Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Acknowledging electric vehicle (EV) owners’ fear of being stranded with a drained battery far from a charging station, the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) on Dec. 1 provided a jumpstart to Florida’s sustainable transportation future.
Carvana sold its first car in Atlanta in 2013. Since then, the company has opened car vending machines across the U.S.
In another sign that the State of Florida is gearing up for major battles concerning the assignment of benefits (AOB) in auto glass cases, a former state insurance regulator has joined a firm involved in lobbying the legislature regarding benefit assignments.
Cars and toys go together, now so more than ever thanks to a collaboration between HGreg.com and the popular annual Toys for Tots program.
The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) plans to administer the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available in three phases, perhaps starting in December, with health care professionals and the most vulnerable first in line.
Classic Collision, LLC, a leading national multi-site collision repair operator based in Atlanta, announced its second multi-shop acquisition in the last two weeks, with the acquisition of all six Elite Auto Collision locations in the Georgia market.
The Independent Garage Owners of North Carolina (IGONC) offered more than a half dozen educational opportunities in October for the local automotive and collision repair industries.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is warning motorists of an increase in deer on roads because of mating season.
Recently, a deserving veteran experienced a life-changing event---the presentation of a vehicle to provide him independence and the ability to reach his goals---thanks to Universal Collision and car donor State Farm, along with the National Auto Body Council Recycled Rides® program.