Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
A group of people are facing serious charges after authorities said they filed 45 separate insurance claims over the course of seven months for accidents that never took place and for repairs to cars that were never made.
A couple of years ago, Billy Walkowiak approached North Carolina House Representative John Torbett and Senator Kathy Harrington with a concern about diminished value not being covered as required by North Carolina law.
Auto glass lawsuits, which increased from 2006 to 2016, are starting to decline in Florida.
CARCO is adding windshield damage inspection to its Florida Site Network. The goal is to identify and prevent fraudulent windshield damage claims from being filed with insurance companies.
Earlier this spring, Timothy ‘Pete’ Ascue celebrated the 50th anniversary of his auto paint and body business.
Over the course of six years, Chattanooga State’s associate instructor of collision repair, Tim Chastain, has welcomed females into a predominantly male setting with no regrets whatsoever.
It’s a hot afternoon in Warrenton, VA---even hotter if you are under the hood of a car or beneath the car itself.
Alabama Sen. Doug Jones said a proposal by President Donald Trump to place a 25 percent tariff on imported cars, trucks and auto parts could cause automotive plant workers to lose their jobs, especially in Alabama.