Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
A group of body shop owners and managers in the state of Hawaii have come together with a common goal: to protect consumer safety by introducing new legislation that addresses the use of OEM and aftermarket parts and who ultimately pays the price.
A first-of-its-kind training program for veterans celebrates its opening on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in Oceanside, CA.
General Motors is in a race to be the first company to mass-produce self-driving cars, but a recent crash with a San Francisco motorcyclist has illustrated the tricky challenge of assigning blame when an autonomous vehicle gets in an accident.
Hawaii Representative Roy Takumi is pushing to pass a bill that would allow the state’s residents the choice of using OEM parts instead of aftermarket ones.
Addison Collision Repair has been officially certified by Assured Performance Collision Care—a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization—for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training and facility necessary to repair the participating automaker brand vehicles according to the manufacturers' specifications.
Would you allow your car to take control of your commute? This is the question many car buyers are still wrestling with.
On Feb. 7, the Long Beach, CA, campus of Universal Technical Institute (UTI) hosted a special tech career-focused event featuring Roadtrip Nation’s new documentary, “Changing Gears,” for more than 250 Los Angeles, Long Beach and Orange County high schoolers, teachers and other school leaders.
Until another shop can step forward and prove that it has been in existence for more than 140 years, George V. Arth & Son is arguably the oldest continually operated, family-owned auto body shop west of the Mississippi, and maybe even in the entire country.
Service King Collision Repair Centers recently announced the company has officially opened its 43rd California location.