Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine
Students at both Schuylkill Technology Centers are working to outfit a former Tastykake delivery truck into a food truck to take to local venues.
Self-driving cars could be on the road in large numbers sooner than anyone expected---possibly by 2021---even if public support for autonomous vehicles appears to be dropping.
The Crawford County Career & Technical Center in Meadville, PA, took center stage Sept. 11 as a group of state and local officials toured the facility, stopping to see nearly all of the school’s 17 programs and to talk with teachers and students along the way.
An employee of a Brockton, MA, auto body shop arrived to work Sept. 12 and received an unwelcome surprise---he was tied up and the shop was robbed, police said.
A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed by a Fayette County, PA, auto body shop against a county commissioner.
Robotic Research and its partner, Local Motors, have initiated operations of the OLLI autonomous, electric shuttle at the University of Buffalo in New York, the company announced Sept. 4.
On Wednesday, August 29, a group of New Jersey military veterans experienced a life-changing event--- the presentation of a car to provide them independence and the ability to work and take care of their families---thanks to the National Auto Body Council, GEICO Insurance Company and four New Jersey collision repair facilities.
Instead of turning to drugs and alcohol, organizers of an event on August 25 allowed participants to break out the spray cans.
North Amherst Motors recently announced it has joined the AAA Auto Repair Network as an AAA Auto Body Shop.
A Scarborough, ME, single mom in need and her children are getting around a little easier thanks to the timely gift of a car.