Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
Giving refurbished vehicles to deserving people is an amazing philanthropy model that is ideal for the collision industry because it involves body shops, local charities and insurance companies as they work together to help others.
Hani Abujudeh, 55, of Rancho Cucamonga, CA, was the leader of an auto insurance fraud scheme.
Renowned airbrush artist Mickey Harris unveiled a 1968 Chevy Impala at this year's SEMA as a tribute to the Pat Tillman Foundation in conjunction with Ronnie Rains, a former Army veteran who has sponsored three previous vehicles with Harris.
Five deserving individuals and families from Nevada received their keys to completely refurbished vehicles by the National Auto Body Council (NABC), at its annual Recycled Rides Luncheon on Nov. 2nd at the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Speed’s Auto Body, a company founded in 1958, is an established auto body shop to which Portland customers can turn.
The famous quote, "Love what you do and do what you love," rings true for many people in career-technical education programs.
To increase students' chances of landing a job after graduation, Clackamas Community College and Subaru have partnered to bring Subaru University education to the college's Automotive Department curriculum.
Copart, Inc., a global online vehicle auction company, is excited to announce the recent expansion of its Reno, NV, location, one of more than 200 globally.