Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
Thirteen people were arrested May 11 following a lengthy investigation by the Merced, CA, County District Attorney’s office into an automobile insurance fraud ring involving 10 different insurance companies that paid out more than $430,000 in bogus claims, District Attorney Larry D. Morse II announced.
Apple’s autonomous vehicle program is one of the biggest known secrets in the tech industry.
A former Allstate Insurance Co. employee who was fired following an arrest has been awarded more than $18 million in damages.
Charlie’s Auto Body will keep up with the rapid pace of change in auto technology by doubling its production space and expanding services offered in order to better meet the needs of a new generation of vehicles and their owners.
Canines and the collision repair industry seem to go together, which is why there are so many shop dogs working for free as they help their crews all over the country.
CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts recently announced that its first location in Idaho has opened, bringing its U.S. locations total to 33 states.
No. 1 Automotive Body Repair in Bellingham, WA, has been officially certified by Assured Performance, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training and facilities necessary to repair the participating automaker brand vehicles according to the manufacturers’ specifications.
A Las Plumas High School senior in Oroville, CA, was recently awarded first place at a statewide SkillsUSA competition in the automotive refinishing category and is now heading to nationals.
Snowbirds and weekend warriors love their motor homes, trailers, 5th wheels, sprinters and even luxury buses for those who can afford them.
After a successful partnership with Willits Furniture Center last year, Yokum’s Body Shop in Willits, CA, has teamed up with three more local businesses to host a second car giveaway in 2018.