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 Oct. 2 the opening of its Beverly Hills Studio & service center, representing the company's second retail location and one of 20 Lucid Studios that will open throughout North America by the end of 2021.
After a long drive from Reno, NV, to Los Angeles on Aug. 22, Russian citizen Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov was intercepted by authorities, seemingly as he was attempting to flee the U.S.
Just weeks after committing to a four-year long pilot project to turn Hawaii’s highways into data-collecting laboratories, Hawaii Gov. David Ige approved autonomous vehicle testing on public roads throughout the state until at least 2023.
In celebration of Pollution Prevention Week, the City of Santa Cruz recognized 48 Clean Ocean Business awardees, including 10 vehicle service facilities that have been recipients since the program began 20 years ago.
U.S. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers issued an order that effectively ends the civil class-action lawsuit between Subaru of America (SOA) and plaintiffs Lucia Luong and Brian Mann in California’s Northern District.
Amazon announced it will deploy 10 all-electric trucks from Lion Electric this fall in California as part of its electrification initiative, mostly based on 100,000 Rivian EV vans by 2030, the first to be deployed in 2021.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Spet. 17 signed two bills as part of his worker protection package, SB 1159 by Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, and AB 685 by Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes, D-San Bernardino.
Three suspects are at large after being charged with insurance fraud and conspiracy for their alleged involvement in an automobile insurance fraud scheme where they staged vehicle damage in order to submit bogus vandalism claims for undeserved insurance payouts.
David Glawe, president and CEO of the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), issued the following statement in response to Hawaii Gov. David Ige signing Senate Bill 2384.
The Boring Company, an entity owned by Elon Musk, is poised to have its Las Vegas Convention Center loop expanded to more portions of the Sin City, after the area’s monorail filed for bankruptcy.