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Texas Collision Center Donates Vehicle to National Guard Veteran

Without the benefit of reliable transportation, things have been difficult for National Guard veteran John Jones of Hurst, Texas, since he returned from two tours of Iraq. To help him out, Caliber Collision Centers partnered with GEICO to provide a refurbished vehicle for Jones, his wife and two children.

Total Loss Threshold Legislation May Move in Florida Senate

Florida H.B. 885 passed with language that eliminates the current 80-percent threshold for a total-loss vehicle to receive a certificate of destruction, and similar language could be added to the Senate version of the bill.

Roush Fenway Racing Driver Matt Kenseth Finishes First in Daytona in Car Finished with Sherwin-Williams AWX Waterborne Basecoat

In the first “Monday Night NASCAR” race ever held, Roush Fenway Racing’s Matt Kenseth brought home the Daytona 500 checkered flag with a first place finish.

Collision Plus Grows in Southern Illinois

The 9,300-square-foot facility replaces another location in Glen Carbon and joins three other locations in the surrounding area.

‘Disruption’ was Top Trend for Automotive Claims and Collision Repair Industries in 2011

CCC’s 2012 Crash Course report explores the impact of world events, new technologies and severe weather patterns on the industry’s supply chain, repair and insurance costs, and CSI.

2012 WIN Conference Scholarship Application Deadline Extended

Applications will now be received through Friday, March 23.

Wisconsin Girl Shows She’s Better Than the Boys at SkillsUSA Competition

Liz Moore got into collision at 17 years old…but it wasn’t the kind of collision she’s now studying at the Universal Technical Institute (UTI). More like “collisions” – the crash-em-up type that occur in demolition derbies.

Donations Needed for Maryland Vo-Tech Skills Competition

Tools for Teens is aiming to raise $5,000 to assist body and paint students participating in Maryland’s state-level Skills USA competition.

California Bill Would Repeal Aftermarket Crash Part Disclosure on Estimates

Bill would remove disclosure statement on estimate and state that certified aftermarket crash parts would be “presumed sufficient to return the motor vehicle to its pre-loss condition.” Ranks Most and Least Expensive States for Car Insurance’s 2012 study of average car insurance rates across the country reveals that Louisiana leads the nation in auto premiums.

Registration, Booth Sales on Record Pace for Next Weekend’s NORTHEAST 2012

AASP/NJ’s flagship event takes place March 9, 10 and 11.