Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
The Adult Resource Alliance of Yellowstone County, MT, will auction off another group of customized wheelbarrows later in July during its major fundraiser.
If Assembly Bill 2825 (authored by Assembly member Reginald Byron Jones-Sawyer, Sr., Los Angeles) passes, auto repair shops, including collision repairers, will turn into debt collectors---a job that they're not suited for, according to Jack Molodanof, head lobbyist for the California Autobody Association.
Though most of the profits for Premier Collision Center in Pocatello, ID, come from insurance claim repairs, owner Mike Tolman’s real passion is obvious---renovating award-winning, souped-up, glammed-up, “violent” hot rod cars.
Laura Salas, 28, graduated from Contra Costa College's automotive collision repair technology department, located in San Pablo, CA, in 2010.
North Idaho Collision Repair Center celebrated its grand opening with the community on Friday, June 22.
An auto insurance appraiser in California has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his involvement in a staged collision ring.
Two Seattle families in need are now on the road to brighter futures thanks to the gift of two newly refurbished vehicles.
Roundup, MT, residents are seeing more trucks, trailers and yard signs bearing the names of roofing contractors these days.
Earlier this year, industry veteran David Caulfield opened Fix Auto Anaheim North in Anaheim, CA, using an innovative business model.