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
On Feb. 15, Illinois State Senator Tom Cullerton (D) introduced Senate Bill 2104, which would add verbiage pertaining to OEM procedures to the Illinois Insurance Code.
South Beloit, IL, firefighters were able to stop a fire from spreading from one business to another. Several agencies responded to Brother's Auto Body and Repair around noon Feb. 25.
NSF International, an independent public health and safety organization, recently certified seven Crash Champions locations throughout the Chicago, IL, area.
Two motor vehicle owners claim an East St. Louis, IL, auto body repair shop refused to complete repairs on an SUV.
While many businesses have struggled with each onslaught of winter weather, it's meant extra work for many auto body shops around the area.
This seemingly endless winter has another unintended consequence. Crashes caused by slick roads are keeping auto body shops busy.
On Feb. 7, the Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) hosted a Regional Meet-Up in Grand Rapids, MI.
More than 50 first responders from Evansville, Newburgh, Henderson and surrounding Indiana cities’ fire departments gathered Feb. 9 for a demonstration of the latest techniques in emergency vehicle extrication.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s fight against high premiums has taken its next step upward in the legal system.