Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
The U.S. Justice Department calls it “clocking”: intentionally rolling back an odometer to make a vehicle appear less used.
A Louisiana bill that would “provide for insureds to have the option to choose a particular motor vehicle repair shop,” is moving to the Senate.
Vehicle Reman LLC announced that it has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Edwards Collision Center (ECC).
A Texas State Technical College (TSTC) student has received a prestigious Women's Industry Network (WIN) scholarship.
Cars that flooded in the heavy rains that fell on New Orleans on Sunday, May 12 are now finding their way to local auto repair and vehicle upholstery shops.
Louisiana has the second highest auto insurance premiums in the country—nearly more than 800 dollars over the national average.
Service King Collision Repair Centers, one of the nation’s most trusted providers of high-quality automotive repair service, is pleased to announce the opening of its 52nd location in the South Texas market and very first location in Hutto.
GEICO is redoubling its zero-tolerance policy towards fraud, by filing its second federal lawsuit in Arizona against an auto repair shop that has been suspected of filing fraudulent repair bills.
Severe weather sometimes includes hail. When hail happens, customers often run to auto body shops to get their cars fixed and, or for help with insurance claims.
The 2019 Texas Legislature has the opportunity to make insurance companies pay on uninsured/underinsured motorist policy benefits.