Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
People could drive miles on Utah interstates and go to weekends of car shows and probably still wouldn’t see a set of wheels like this, especially looking factory-fresh.
A Travis County, TX, body shop owner was sentenced to 10 years of probation after Texas Department of Insurance investigators found he had reported wrecks that never took place and damaged vehicles to increase insurance payouts.
Drivers in Louisiana already pay some of the highest rates for car insurance in the country. A new report suggests they also lead the country in the amount they overpay for coverage.
Steve Guinn, president/CEO of Hodges Collision Centers, surprised founders of Texas Autism Academy with a $10,000 donation during the recent Hodges Collision-hosted Woodlands Area Chamber Business After Hours.
A bill that would allow Utah drivers to run red lights during "extremely low" traffic will move on to the state Senate after passing through the House on Feb. 25.
Elite Customs, the auto body and collision repair shop located at 500 Joshua Ave., has been in business in Parker, AZ, for 30 years.
With its virtual helmet, simulator tower, monitor and hand-held spray gun, it may look like a video game---but it’s actually a virtual spray paint machine.
On Wednesday, Feb. 27, Keshawn Covile, a local teacher from the Dallas, TX, area, experienced a life-changing event: the presentation of a 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe to replace her totaled car.
There’s a wrinkle in the decision made Feb. 18 by the Magnolia, AR, Planning Commission to deny an auto repair shop a variance to operate on North Dudney Street.
Steve Guinn, president/CEO of Hodges Collision Centers, recently announced that Liberty Mutual Insurance named Hodges' Rayford Road location in Spring, TX, the 2019 ‘Shop of the Year’ for the state of Texas.