Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
Carmakers and tech companies are racing to build self-driving vehicles, which they hope will transform the way people get around.
CNN’s John King and political strategist Karl Rove gave their views on how tariffs could impact the automotive aftermarket industry during the grand opening keynote breakfast at AAPEX 2018 in Las Vegas.
When the tire smoke cleared and the final results were tallied, Gary Boesel, owner of CARSTAR Alpine and CARSTAR Jordan Road in Denver, CO, took home the top honors with a fast time of 153.87 in the 3M Hire Our Heroes 500, outpacing representatives from top collision repair companies and industry partners.
The Society of Collision Repair Specialists kicked off the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 31 at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV, with its second annual Collision Industry Red Carpet Awards Breakfast—a celebration of “greatness” in the collision repair industry.
The insurance industry is taking exception to a new report commemorating the 30th anniversary of one of California’s primary auto insurance laws that claims the law has saved drivers billions of dollars.
More and more emphasis is being placed on career-technical education, which provides students with hands-on skills to better prepare them for future careers.
Self-driving cars may be inevitable, but few office developers want to spend money preparing for the changes they will bring.