Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
Some collision repair professionals are content with doing a good job and taking home a nice paycheck at the end of the week, while others want to give back to the industry in one way or another.
Nearly 4,000 fans flooded the field at AT&T Stadium to cheer and celebrate U.S. military service members competing in the 3rd Annual Dallas, TX, Cowboys Military Combine presented by Caliber Collision.
On April 10, the Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) held a regional meet-up at the Menger Hotel in San Antonio, TX, in conjunction with the 2019 Automotive Communications Council (ACC) Conference. ACC hosted the meet-up.
ASA is asking Louisiana repairers and vehicle owners to urge their state representatives to oppose legislation aimed at eliminating the state’s premier vehicle safety inspection program.
Family-owned car dealership Lakeside Chevrolet of Rockwall, TX, now has nearly one-third of its electricity provided for by the power of the sun, thanks to a brand-new solar panel system installed on its rooftops.
A new Louisiana bill has been introduced in the House. If it passes, there could be changes ahead for insureds choosing where to have their auto glass repaired or replaced.
A 2002 Honda Civic driver in Arizona is at least the 25th death worldwide caused by an exploding Takata airbag inflator.
Martha and Tom Fenno received notice in May 2016 that their 2007 Chevy Tahoe was part of a nationwide Takata airbag recall.
A New Braunfels, TX, coach was shocked the afternoon of March 27 when he received his completely repainted and detailed truck, free of charge.
Maaco New Braunfels in New Braunfels, TX, recently announced its achievement of Gold Class status, the industry standard for training that contributes to complete and safe repairs.