Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine
Tim Houlihan, GM Market area manager, presents Cadillac Authorized Aluminum Repair Center plaque to George Anastasopoulos of Precision Auto Works of Long Island City.
Precision Auto Works of Long Island City™ has been authorized by Cadillac to join its Cadillac Aluminum Repair Network and is the first collision shop in the NYC area to achieve this designation.
Photo: Executive Auto Salon
Food trucks are popping up across all of America's major cities. Diners with limited time find these mobile restaurants as a quick alternative to a sit-down establishment because they provide quick service without sacrificing food quality.
PPG Industries demonstrated its ongoing support for Speedway Children’s Charities (SCC), joining with the organization’s New Hampshire chapter on July 16 for the 2016 Track Walk fundraiser at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon.
3D president David Niestroy has announced the addition of 3D’s seventh location in the greater Philadelphia market.
The volunteers who oversee on-street parking in New Canaan, CT, voted in mid-July to spend $1,700 for a field analysis and sight line study of East Maple Street, an increasingly busy commercial area downtown whose residents say they’re concerned about traffic and safety.
Barry's Auto Body has released the latest in a series of videos about auto collision repair.
The Toyota Certified Collision Shop award was presented to BASF Glasurit Shop A-1 Toyota in New Haven, CT.
A-1 Toyota, a BASF Glasurit shop in New Haven, CT, has won the Toyota Certified Collision Center of the Year award.
Alison Bruck in the new location for Pawtucket Auto Body on Broadway.
Photo credit: The Valley Breeze
Pawtucket Auto Body is now open in an expanded space at the former Courtesy Collision location at 262 Broadway, a site its owner says gives the company easier accessibility and greater visibility.
A Garden City man pleaded guilty on July 22 to stealing nearly $190,000 over eight years by underreporting sales from the auto body shops he owned in Mineola and Hempstead, according to the Nassau County District Attorney’s office.
Alan’s Collision Center, an independent, single-owner Philadelphia auto body repair business, is investing $15,000 annually in technician training to ensure excellence in collision repair services for customers.
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced that his office reached an agreement with Binghamton-based Don’s Automotive Mall, Inc. to resolve an investigation that revealed that the company was selling salvaged automobile airbags in violation of New York State law.