Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
A program that Morgan County Schools wants to turn into an employment pipeline for the planned Mazda Toyota plant in Greenbrier has been recognized as an educational model.
State Rep. Jason Fischer filed the first autonomous vehicle---aka self-driving car---legislation of the 2019 Legislative Session.
A Decatur, GA, auto body shop owner pleaded guilty Jan. 14 to staging car crashes and inflicting intentional damage on customers' cars to pocket larger insurance payments.
A 20-year-old Macon, GA, man was arrested Jan. 16 in connection to a burglary and entering auto investigation of a local business.
Gerber Collision & Glass recently announced the Jan. 9, 2019 opening of a location specializing in the repair of large commercial vehicles, semi trucks, buses and recreational vehicles in Cayce, SC.
On Dec. 7, 2018, the Supreme Court of Alabama reversed a decision for summary judgment in a case over a fire at an auto body shop.
On Dec. 14, the holidays got a little brighter for a Fort Eustis soldier and single father.
On Dec. 6, the Knoxville I-CAR Committee met for lunch at Calhoun’s on the River in Knoxville, TN, for a presentation by special guest speaker Tom McFinch, I-CAR business development manager for the southeast region, and to elect the group’s 2019 officers.
Students in a collision repair class at Tupelo High School in Tupelo, MS, recently made Christmas brighter for some families.
LeCroy Career Technical Center’s auto collision repair students in Clanton, AL, continued a Christmas tradition last December as they completed pedal cars to be given to children who would not be getting many presents that month.