Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
At age 13, Austin Phipps wasn’t old enough for a driver’s license, but he bought his first car anyway.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced the opening of a collision repair center in Pomona, CA.
Dick DeLoach was a humble man. Fifteen years ago, he called me to inquire about writing for Parts & People, a now defunct automotive publication out of Denver. I asked him if he had any experience and his response was “A little.”
Tesla has won its long-standing feud with ex-Gigafactory employee Martin Tripp, who once broke trade secret violations by telling reporters about delays in Model 3 production.
Darryl Shiozawa, owner of Fix Auto in Campbell, CA, began working in his father’s shop at age 15.
Nov. 19, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new stay-at-home order due to the pandemic meant to be effective starting Nov. 21.
The Boring Company’s Las Vegas Convention Center Loop tunnels may be capable of moving over 8,000 passengers per hour, and that may not even be the system’s full capacity.
General Motors is changing course and will no longer back President Donald Trump's effort to stop California from setting its own emissions rules in an ongoing court fight.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom placed a 10 p.m. curfew on counties recording higher number of COVID-19 cases using the state’s limited stay-at-home order, despite having a permanent injunction issued against him by a Superior Court judge from doing so.
CARSTAR, North America’s largest multi-store network of independently owned collision repair facilities, celebrates CARSTAR Chilton Auto Body Pleasanton in California earning its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) certification from BMW.