Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
Lithia Motors & Driveway (LAD) announced it has acquired Avondale Nissan located in Phoenix, AZ.
A bill to protect Arizona businesses, schools, health care providers, government agencies and others from frivolous COVID-19 lawsuits took another step forward March 17 when the Arizona House Judiciary Committee approved the measure.
General Motors isn’t just one of Arlington's oldest and largest employers.
Via Arlington customers can now select to be picked up in a self-driving vehicle for trips around downtown and The University of Texas at Arlington.
Tesla has developed a strategy for building its Gigafactories in a quick and efficient manner.
Auto hail damage sparks fear in those who experience brutal storms during the spring season. However, a new service is coming to the mid-Texas area, thanks to a specialized auto body repair service.
Allstate expects to drop its auto insurance rates by 3% on average and as much as 7% for some customers, with fewer drivers on roadways during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Continuing our overview of various EV-ralated investments, like Ultium Cells, Tesla Giga Austin, Tesla Giga Berlin, Tesla Giga Shanghai and Northvolt Ett, let's take a look at the Nikola construction site in Coolidge, AZ.
Texas House Bill 4379, authored by state Rep. Cody Harris, R-Palestine, proposes automakers manufacturing cars powered by electricity or batteries should be allowed to act as dealers under Texas state regulations.