Associations Oppose Missouri Legislation Repealing Vehicle Safety Inspections
Automotive industry trade associations have joined to oppose House Bill 451 in Missouri aimed at eliminating that state’s premier vehicle safety inspection program.
Missouri Anti-Safety Inspection Bill Reintroduced
Once again, legislation was introduced in the Missouri Legislature that seeks to repeal the state’s vehicle safety inspection program.
Bill Proposing to Eliminate Annual Vehicle Inspections Dies in Missouri Legislature
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) opposed the measure.
Missouri Anti-Vehicle Safety Inspection Ready for House Consideration
With a vote of 7 to 4, the Missouri House Rules Committee passed House Bill (H.B.) 1444 on April 10, which, if enacted, would repeal Missouri’s vehicle safety inspection program.
Missouri’s Warrensburg Collision Welcomes Jill Szoo Wilson as e-Marketing Coordinator
Hired to the position of e-marketing coordinator, Jill Szoo Wilson is the newest member of the award-winning business team at Warrensburg Collision in Warrensburg, Mo.
Missouri Tech-School Students Restore 1957 Nash Metropolitan
Students from Northwest Technical School’s Collision Repair Technology Program in Maryville, Mo., are revved up about this weekend’s World of Wheels in Kansas City.
Missouri Governor Appoints New Department of Insurance Head
Chlora Lindley-Myers is deputy commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance, and her past experience includes serving as the director of the Consumer Protection and Anti-Fraud Division of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
Missouri Body Shop Recognized by Chamber of Commerce
Warrensburg Collision received the 2016 Fast Track Award for being one of Missouri’s fastest-growing businesses showing consistent revenue growth over the course of four years.
Missouri Collision Shop Named Among Winners of Ingram’s Magazine’s ‘Corporate Report 100’ Competition
The Corporate Report 100 ranks the 100 fastest-growing businesses headquartered in the greater Kansas City area.
Missouri House Passes Bill Requiring Uber to Insure Drivers at All Times
Missouri’s House voted to require ride-sharing services to be liable for accidents that occur between rides.