Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
Several months in the making, a new auto-body repair and paint shop is opening on the south side of Lakeview, OR.
Contra Costa College in San Pablo, CA, hosted a Transportation Career Fair on Oct. 22 that was sponsored by the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF).
The 2019 MSO Symposium taking place on Monday, Nov. 4 in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay, is a peer-learning focused event.
Paul Hendrix-Mills was busy sanding down a 1948 Studebaker on Sept. 27 at 1st Choice Auto Body in John Day, OR.
Held on Sept. 27-29, DRIVE EXPO WEST 2019 boasted a record number of industry professionals and sponsors, providing an opportunity for hundreds of shop owners and automotive aftermarket executives to network and receive valuable industry education.
This fall, the Montana Collision Repair Association (MCRA) announced its partnership with the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) to support the state’s only collision repair training program at Montana State University (MSU) – Billings City College.
A number of red Tesla Model Y pre-production units have been spotted being transported by a carrier near the electric car maker’s Fremont, CA, factory.
Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) conducted a planned power outage that impacted hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses, including auto glass shops.
The California Department of Insurance (DOI) said that it has found “wide socioeconomic disparities” in auto insurance group discounts offered to millions of California drivers.
Californian Tesla Models X and S owners are rejoicing at their choice of cars right now.