Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
As the peak months of deer-vehicle crashes are near, state agencies are warning drivers about the increase that is impacting every county in Kansas.
Bob Carter's Auto Body, a Downers Grove, IL, auto body repair shop, is in the top 20 percent of car collision shops nationwide to achieve I-CAR Gold recognition.
A new initiative for connected and autonomous vehicles in Illinois will permit companies to pilot their transportation technologies and explore the industry’s reach as an engine for economic development, Gov. Bruce Rauner said in signing an executive order Oct. 25 to create the program.
Gerber Collision & Glass recently announced the Nov. 1, 2018 opening of five collision repair locations in the Kansas City, MO, market.
The Pierre, SD, City Commission approved a conditional use permit for local business owner Gerrick McComsey to operate an auto body shop on a 9.5-acre parcel he owns on the east side of Garfield Avenue, the truck route along the east side of the city.
On Oct. 16, Women in Automotive and Collision (WAC) held its monthly meeting at South Technical High School’s collision repair department in St. Louis, MO.
The Zebra, an insurance search engine, released a report in October about the causes and rippling impact of exorbitant car insurance rates in Michigan, the most expensive state for car insurance.
On Oct.16, the Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) gathered at Detroit Axe in Ferndale, MI, for a YANG Regional Meet-Up hosted by Schrader Performance Sensors.
A northern Kentucky auto body shop went up in flames late the night of Oct. 10.