Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
The San Marcos, TX, Planning and Zoning Commission on Oct. 13 held a public hearing and approved a conditional use permit for an automotive body shop.
Loss estimates are in for Hurricane Delta, the 10th named storm to hit the U.S. this season.
Two Colorado high school teachers were named winners of the 2020 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence.
Farmers Insurance donated a newly refurbished vehicle to a local single mom on Oct. 8.
Elizabeth Longoria and Melissa Gomez have become the lead plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against defendant American Automobile Association (AAA.)
Five years ago this month, Steve Mahan, retired director of the Santa Clara Valley Blind Center, who lost his sight years before, took the world's first ride in a self-driving car on public roads.
The Auto Body Association of Texas (ABAT) is strategizing for the upcoming battle during the 87th Legislative Session in Texas---Jan. 12 through May 31, 2021---as it plans to introduce legislation that will have a positive impact on the state’s collision repair industry.
A Honda Civic crash in Mesa, AZ, killed the driver after the Takata airbag inflator exploded, making this at least the 15th U.S. death caused by Takata inflators in Honda vehicles.
On Sept. 24, two deserving Dallas women pursuing their careers and education amid overcoming challenging circumstances experienced a life-changing event---the presentation of vehicles to provide them independence and the ability to work and take care of their families---thanks to the National Auto Body Council Recycled Rides® program along with car donors Farmers Insurance® and GEICO, and collision repair partners Westway Ford and Reliable Chevrolet, both Berkshire Hathaway Automotive companies.