Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
One of the significant opportunities in today’s collision repair industry is inspiring young adults to pursue careers as collision repair professionals---filling the need for skilled technicians trained to work on technologically advanced vehicles.
According to Kiplinger, a business forecast publisher, car insurance rates in Salt Lake City and throughout the state have increased by 21.5 in the previous five years.
Inside an auto body shop in Sherwood, AR, you will hear and see things you might not expect: exotic cars, supercars, Ferraris, Porsches and classic cars that can cost more than most homes.
Business at local insurance agencies and auto body repair shops was brisk in March after a hail storm that passed over parts of Brazos Valley, TX, on March 18 caused damage to homes and vehicles.
Houston native Eloy Escobedo said he was never really interested in cars; he simply viewed them as objects that got people from point A to point B.
After CAWA Legislative Advocate Stuart Goodman met with the Attorney General’s Office to discuss the importance of alerting consumers of their rights under the Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act (MMWA), the Office amended its website to include information on the MMWA.
The SkillsUSA Arizona State Championships took place April 3--4, showcasing the state’s trade, technology and service high school and college students.
Texas State Technical College's Auto Collision and Management Technology program in Waco recently received a 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan as a donation from the Gill family of Lott.