The Petersen Automotive Museum opened a new exhibition focusing on sci-fi vehicles from the big and small screen.
Ohio attorney Erica Eversman, who has long been an advocate for consumers and collision repairers in legal battles with insurers, has recently become one of about 30 volunteer consumer liaisons to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).
General Motors (GM) recently removed free PDFs pertaining to its body repair procedures from its website, because the OEM deemed that these documents alone were insufficient to guide a collision repair facility to produce a “safe and proper repair.”
MOTOR Information Systems, one of the world’s premier suppliers of automotive data and a trusted partner of leading automakers, unveiled a new educational white paper for Original Equipment Parts Manufacturers and the greater automotive parts industry: “How to generate more demand for OE Parts.”
On May 16, Eastman Performance Films, LLC announced its investment in 3D scanning technology for paint protection film patterns, claiming this is a leading edge, next-generation enhancement that will transform Eastman’s pattern development process by increasing speed and accuracy.
A $25 million lawsuit blames Nissan, North America, Inc. brake problems on a deadly crash involving a 2004 Infiniti QX56 and the deaths of a mother and her two children.
A Ford Explorer Police Interceptor carbon monoxide lawsuit alleges two California officers were killed in a crash caused by defects found in the Explorer.
On May 13, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard the appeal of shop owner Leif Hansen who sued GEICO for refusing to cover diagnostic scans on his 2017 GMC Sierra 3500 which received rear bumper damage during a crash.