Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Business owners are calling for a crackdown on speeding and street racing after yet another car plowed into a repair shop in DeKalb County, GA.
A Herndon, VA, man and his accomplice are behind bars after police say they stole a car from an auto body shop in Chantilly the week of August 5.
Nearly 300 collision repair shop owners and managers attending the Collision Advice Legacy Group’s Business Council Symposium, sponsored by Axalta Coating Systems, cheered and celebrated with a local Nashville, TN, veteran who received a newly restored vehicle from the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides™ program.
Florida’s no-fault insurance system continues to generate fraud, judging by allegations in a lawsuit that insurer State Farm filed in federal court.
The Boyd Group Inc. recently announced the August 3, 2018 acquisition of two collision repair centers in Bessemer and Birmingham, AL.
Atlanta, GA, resident John Quinones had struggled with adversity, even while he tried to make a positive impact on the lives of others.
South Florida civic and community leaders, members of the regional Airbag Recall coalitions and seven automakers launched Airbag Recall: Operation Find & Fix, a new intensive, community-focused canvassing program aimed at remedying potentially deadly, recalled airbags in neighborhoods with high concentrations of unrepaired vehicles affected by the ongoing airbag recall.
Jacksonville, like most Florida cities, was built for cars.
A 31-year-old Center Point, AL, man has been arrested and charged with the burglary of an auto body shop.