Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
The first rule in Apple’s self-driving car program called “Project Titan” is you don’t talk about Project Titan.
In California’s East Bay, police are looking for whoever burglarized and slashed the tires of at least eight vehicles.
Derick Johnson isn’t sure what he wants to do after high school---yet. But after interning this summer for Ken’s Body and Paint, he has a better idea.
AutoX is launching a grocery delivery and mobile store pilot in San Jose, CA, allowing public users to order and receive fresh produce and other goods delivered by AutoX self-driving cars.
As the revenues and output of Tesla's autonomous vehicles continue to rise, there has also been a small rise in the number of accidents involving the cars.
Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry recently traveled to Clearlake, CA, and met with Bill Stone and Alvaro Valencia, co-owners of A&B Collision, before attending the Clearlake Oaks Business Association meeting later that day.
Lyft and Aptiv have announced that 5,000 self-driving rides have been completed in Las Vegas, NV, with 96 percent of passengers indicating intention to ride again.
A Helena Valley, MT, auto body shop gave back to some local veterans on August 18.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has responded to a proposed federal freeze of emissions standards by releasing a proposal of its own to ensure 2021--2025 model year vehicles meet California standards.