The Automotive Body Parts Association's (ABPA) executive director spoke with FenderBender to explain his organization’s opposition to tariffs imposed on imported vehicles and parts and how they'll negatively affect body shops.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced last week that is has urged automakers to make publicly available on their websites their plans for replacing defective Takata air bags in their vehicles.
New research indicates that 58 percent of consumers believe that electric vehicles are the future of the automotive industry, and 52 percent feel that society should transition to emission-free transportation soon.
The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) issued a statement in opposition to the tariffs on China, and that they "could negate the Trump administration’s recent successful work on behalf of American companies."
Gary Miller is accused of presenting a fraudulent invoice to Allstate for auto body repair work that was never performed. The action was aimed at increasing the value of a vehicle that Miller had reported as stolen.