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
Waymo said Jan. 22 that it will build in Michigan the world’s first factory dedicated exclusively to producing self-driving vehicles.
The St. Louis I-CAR Committee held its monthly meeting on Jan. 11 at Ranken Technical College in St. Louis, MO, with a large group of participants from various companies in the industry.
Engulfed in flames just two days before, the shell of the Class A Auto Body building was covered in ice Jan. 21 as officials continued to investigate the cause of the structure fire that broke out the afternoon of Jan. 19.
Two days after crews battled the fire at Sundance Chevrolet in Grand Ledge, MI, fire investigators went back to the scene to search for a cause.
During the fall and winter months, Nagy’s Collision Centers runs its annual “Hit a Buck, Donate Some Doe” campaign to benefit local charities.
After two decades in business at 1251 N. Main St., Hawkins Auto Body may close, giving way to a budding industry.
Beyond the risk of driver injury, deer hits are disheartening and costly.