The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) honored its 2019 Most Influential Women (MIW) and 2019 scholarship recipients on the evening of Tuesday, May 7.
ASA’s Collision Operations Committee is expressing concern about a State Farm Insurance Company document released at the recent Collision Industry Conference (CIC) meeting in Nashville, TN.
Chinese auto maker BYD Auto has been rolling out electric buses for a number of years now—launching a 40 ft. long range people carrier in 2010, supplying Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam with 35 vehicles in 2013, and revealing the world's largest battery electric vehicle in 2014.
Ford Motor Co. is joining General Motors Co. and Volvo Cars in partnering with the world’s largest online retailer to launch in-car package deliveries, as connected vehicle technology becomes more sophisticated.
Allstate’s lawsuit against Auto Glass America LLC of Florida (AGA) and its owner, Charles Isaly, continues over AGA allegedly pressuring Allstate’s insureds to choose their company for windshield replacements.
Toyota’s plans for a network that would allow vehicles to communicate with each other to avoid collisions has hit a roadblock.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is expanding its youth outreach efforts by partnering with the NHRA’s Youth & Education Services (YES) Program. This initiative enables SEMA to reach and introduce students to the excitement and opportunities in motorsports, whether as a spectator, career or an overall lifestyle.
No, that picture above is not a belated April Fools' joke. It's one of the initial renderings of a Tesla Model S-based motorhome prototype set to bring some serious buzz to an upcoming Michigan Energy Office electric vehicle ride-and-drive event.
Wade Scheel, director of governmental affairs at Stericycle Environmental Solutions, has been working at the 30-year-old compliance company for 11 years and has three decades of industry experience.