Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
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.
Rod Behler practically teethed on the tires at Fred’s Body Shop.
This year’s MSO Symposium will be hosted on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
WHAT: Collision Pros, Inc. is launching the “Keys to the Future” program in Paradise, CA, by providing a refurbished vehicle to a local family still recovering from the Camp Fire.
Autobody News is excited to announce that we will, once again, be participating in the 2019 SEMA Show.
AAPEX 2019 is hosting a three-hour advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) Forum to prepare auto repair shops for the opportunities and challenges of servicing ADAS-equipped vehicles.
To send a clear message to his employees, the community, other entrepreneurs and the State of California, President Curtis Nixon, the founder of UpdatePromise in Chino, CA, recently announced a new compensation plan in which all his entry-level employees and new hires will now earn a minimum of $20 per hour.
It’s considered a victory if a high school or college auto tech program makes it to the SkillsUSA’s Championships.