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Wednesday, 05 September 2018 20:35

Young Auto Care Network Group Meets Up in Denver

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On August 23, the Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) held a Regional Meet-Up, hosted by Mansfield Oil, in conjunction with Mansfield’s D1 Expo.

Friday, 31 August 2018 19:16

Thousands of Hail-Damaged Vehicles in CO To Be Auctioned Off

Written by Alexis Dominguez, KRDO


When KRDO first used its Skytracker 13 drone to fly over the lot on Platte and Powers in Colorado Springs, CO, July 25, it noticed more than a thousand hail-pummeled cars and trucks damaged in June's destructive hail storm. Today, that number continues to grow.

Friday, 31 August 2018 16:59

When All Hail Breaks Loose, the Hustlers Get Busy

Written by Ellen Marks, Albuquerque Journal


Here’s a group of people not to hail if they come to your front door: scammers who are trying to make a buck off of storm damage that hit New Mexico over the past month.

Thursday, 30 August 2018 20:30

CO Body Shop Accused of Billing Insurance for Repairs That Weren’t Done

Written by Eric Ross, KOAA News 5


Dennis Wooten took his car to Lustre Plus Paint and Body in Pueblo, CO, for repairs but claims the body shop didn’t do the work it promised and billed his insurance company for parts that were never replaced.

Thursday, 30 August 2018 18:13

Arlington, TX, To Introduce Project in Entertainment District

Written by Ken Costlow, Arlington Voice

Having already utilized an off-street autonomous vehicle to transport passengers in the Entertainment District, the city of Arlington, TX, is now on the brink of taking the next step in the independent mobility process.

Monday, 27 August 2018 17:20

OK Convenes Autonomous Vehicle Task Force To Inform Future Legislation

Written by Ryan Johnston, StateScoop

Oklahoma is a bit behind in setting policies for autonomous vehicles, according to the state's top transportation official, but he said a new task force will help it catch up.

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