Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
On Thursday, April 4, four deserving Dallas, TX, residents experienced a life-changing event---the presentation of vehicles to provide them independence and the ability to work and take care of their families.
Colorado’s March blizzard caused plenty of damage. There were hundreds of car crashes and reports of trees falling onto homes.
Seven people, including six New Orleans-area residents and a Hammond man, are accused of insurance fraud after state police say the group staged a pair of crashes in the city.
After working with previous owner Ronny Bolton for about four years, Clay Rose and his wife purchased Lone Star Collision Center in Paris, TX, on May 1, 2018.
Burl’s Collision Center in Henderson, TX, recently earned Medallion status through VeriFacts Automotive, LLC and became the first Ford-certified collision center in the United States under the OEM’s new certification program.
After the March 13 wind storm, it could be weeks before semi-trucks such as those pictured are back on the road.
Gerber Collision & Glass recently announced the March 25 acquisition of a repair center in Bullhead City, AZ.
On March 25, ProCare Collision, a Texas-based MSO with 30 locations, announced it is rebranding its Ellis & Salazar locations with the AMM Collision brand.
People could drive miles on Utah interstates and go to weekends of car shows and probably still wouldn’t see a set of wheels like this, especially looking factory-fresh.
A Travis County, TX, body shop owner was sentenced to 10 years of probation after Texas Department of Insurance investigators found he had reported wrecks that never took place and damaged vehicles to increase insurance payouts.