Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Students in a collision repair class at Tupelo High School in Tupelo, MS, recently made Christmas brighter for some families.
LeCroy Career Technical Center’s auto collision repair students in Clanton, AL, continued a Christmas tradition last December as they completed pedal cars to be given to children who would not be getting many presents that month.
The Jim Ellis Automotive Group teamed up with clients to raise $10,600 in donations for the Georgia Breast Cancer Coalition Fund.
Westover High School in Fayetteville, NC, has been awarded the 2018 Ultimate Collision Makeover Grant provided by the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF).
'Tis the season to give back.
All day, every day, we have to agree with forms online that are too long to be worth reading. Much in the same way, we often fail to read contracts in real life; however, this could have costly consequences.
The idea of cars talking to cars sounds futuristic, but it's happening in Tampa, FL. The city is one of three places selected to take part in a pilot program for connected vehicles.
Abra Auto Body Repair of America recently announced the addition of two new repair centers in the Knoxville, TN, area, which brings Abra’s national footprint to 400 centers in 28 states.
The Jacksonville, FL, Transportation Authority is continuing its push into the world of autonomous vehicles with a new alliance.
NBC12 was the first on scene as a Chesterfield, VA, auto body repair shop caught fire while workers were still inside. Viewer video shows the fire at the Maaco on Jeff Davis Highway in Chester.