Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
G & C Auto Body, the Crozat Family Foundation, and Allstate Insurance are teaming up to help two survivors of domestic abuse get back on their feet by presenting each of them with keys to two newly refurbished vehicle.
As the National Auto Body Council (NABC) celebrates 25 years of supporting the industry, the non-profit organization held “NABC Day” at the Tahquitz Creek Golf Club in Palm Springs, CA, on Jan. 14.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced that it has entered the state of California via two acquisitions representing nine locations in the suburban Los Angeles area.
Tesla fans and future owners of the Model Y cannot help but think about how the upcoming all-electric crossover compares in size versus the flagship Model X SUV and the mass-produced Model 3 sedan.
SEMA has expanded its partnership with event producers across the country by increasing the number of scheduled qualifying events to 13 nationwide.
The Bonner County, Idaho, Community Food Bank assists approximately 4,200 individuals each month, primarily with food, but also with other resources when available.
California has authorized the testing and commercial use of light-duty autonomous delivery vehicles on public roads.
California will allow the testing and commercial use of light-duty autonomous delivery vehicles on the state’s public roads with an approved permit from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Allstate Insurance Co. won an appellate court victory in a whistleblower lawsuit against a Los Angeles attorney whom it accuses of operating a “sham law practice” that conspired with “sham health care providers” to defraud auto insurers.