Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
A truck trailer carrying five Tesla cars went up in flames on Sept. 24, at about 9:10 p.m., in Nevada, close to Carlin, NV, at the Interstate 80.
Fix Auto Poway and GEICO Insurance have teamed up to provide two deserving families with new vehicles.
The numbers are staggering—The Bureau of Automotive Repair’s (BAR) backlog has tripled within the last three years, with 436 cases in 2016, 561 in 2017 and 1,314 from last year.
Multi-shop operator executives and a diverse group of industry experts who serve on the MSO Symposium advisory board, unanimously voted for the return of two highly-acclaimed presenters, Susanna Gotsch of CCC Information Services, and Vincent Romans of The Romans Group.
Collision industry members are invited to join the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) during their annual reception the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 5 from 8:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. (PDT) in the Renaissance 1 Room at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel during the 2019 SEMA Show.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a lawsuit in the Alameda County Superior Court against Paul Blanco’s Good Car Company, a network of motor vehicle dealerships, and it’s Chief Executive Paul Blanco alleging that the company engaged in a variety of unlawful business practices.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom hit back Tuesday, Sept. 17, against reported plans by the Donald Trump administration to formally revoke a Clean Air Act waiver that allows the Golden State to set emissions rules that are stricter than the federal government.
Rupert’s Auto Body donated a 2014 Chevrolet Cruze to the sheriff’s Office VIPS for Vets program to support the growing need for transportation services for local veterans.
Humans and extraterrestrials in the vicinity of the top-secret government facility Area 51 will have access to a special Tesla Supercharger in Nevada today, the company stated in a Twitter announcement.
Thanks to the efforts of Assembly Members Tim Grayson, Tasha Boerner-Horvath, Phil Ting, Phil Chen, Senator Holly Mitchell, and enthusiasts throughout California, state lawmakers have approved SEMA-supported legislation (SB 112) that restores “fix-it” tickets for cars suspected of violating the state’s exhaust noise limit.