Body shops and other certain businesses with PPE and other equipment must submit that information by 5 p.m. on March 27.
The package includes increased funding and relief for small businesses and loan forgiveness programs.
Professionals Auto Body & KarPro Tire and Auto Center announced it will offer discounted services to all people who are working and risking their health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SCRS is asking body shops across the country to consider donating excess personal protective equipment to health care workers.
On duty at body shops around the country are pets who are providing support and comic relief during the coronavirus pandemic.
The newly formed CTE Coalition has created the website “Keep CTE Moving” where instructors and students can access much needed resources to keep their training going.
The HD Repair Forum recently spoke with a number of shops and companies to find out what they’re doing to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
In a letter to Congress, ASA is urging that they allow the 100% deduction of business losses for non-remote-function-capable small businesses (NRFCSB) for the 2020 tax year due to the coronavirus.
PennFleet, who was featured in BodyShop Business in March, has opened its property to truck drivers if they need a place to stop and rest, since regular spots are closed or full due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic.
The federal government has issued guidance on including the vehicle service and repair industry as an essential service.
ASA is telling government leaders of the importance of motor vehicle supply, motor vehicle repair and related facilities.
ASA has slated Aug. 24-25 as the new dates for the association’s joint CARS, TTF, annual business meeting and live podcasts.