Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
More than 500 pounds of methamphetamine, multiple assault rifles and “bulk U.S. currency” were among the items seized amid a multi-agency drug investigation that led Southern California and federal authorities to an auto body shop in Apple Valley, California.
The automotive technology program at Sierra College is “a mess.”
A new automotive shop slated for construction at Grant Union Junior-Senior High School is expected to help expand the program at the school next fall.
A Santa Barbara man is recovering from a horrific accident that spurred a dramatic scene Thursday, May 2.
Effective Jan. 1, 2019, Assembly Bill 2392 (Santiago, Chapter 434, Statutes of 2018) modified Vehicle Code (VC) § 22524.5 regarding reasonableness of storage rates and presumptively unreasonable charges when those fees are a result of an accident or recovery of a stolen vehicle.
Colson’s Auto Repair in Carpinteria, CA, has been family-owned-and-operated for 70 years.
Ilona Smetana has gone through many hardships in recent years. Now, with help from a big donation by a Fontana, CA, company, she is moving forward on a positive path.
On April 12, two Paradise, CA, residents experienced a life-changing event---the presentation of vehicles to provide them reliable transportation following the massive wildfires that destroyed the region.