Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
Lucid Motors, which seeks to set new standards for sustainable mobility with its advanced luxury EVs, announced Nov. 5 the opening of its Century City and San Jose Studio locations.
Millions of California voted to pass Proposition 22, classifying app-based drivers as gig workers, not employees.
I recently saw a film, "The Social Dilemma," on Netflix, and it tells a frightening story.
Mike’s Auto Body in California's Bay Area is celebrating its 20th anniversary of giving cars to deserving individuals, families and nonprofit organizations, with a grand total of 92 vehicles donated since 2000.
A longtime auto body shop in Auburn, CA, is under new ownership.
A fast-moving, wind-whipped wildfire left two firefighters critically injured and forced more than 90,000 residents in Southern California to evacuate Oct. 26, while huge swaths of the Golden State went without power in an effort to prevent more flames, officials said.
Fix Auto USA on Oct. 26 welcomed Maserati-certified Fix Auto Walnut, in Los Angeles, to the rapidly-growing network.
Motional, a global driverless technology leader, and Lyft on Oct. 22 announced the resumption of their pioneering self-driving mobility service in Las Vegas.
Fisker Inc.---designer and manufacturer of the world’s most emotion-stirring, eco-friendly electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions---announced details surrounding its first dedicated engineering and technology center, to be located in the Mission District of San Francisco.