A bill introduced in Nebraska by State Sen. Suzanne Geist would make the manufacturer of the self-driving technology liable in a crash involving a vehicle capable of the “entire driving task” and operating in autonomous mode.
The Nebraska Auto Body Association (NABA) will be holding its annual conference and business meeting on Dec. 1, 2018 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Lincoln, Neb.
B Street Collision Center of Omaha, Neb., announced that they recently donated one of their Pro Spot welders to Northeast Community College’s automotive program.
The bill, which was introduced by Senator Anna Wishart of Lincoln earlier this year, has made it through all three rounds of voting in this year’s legislative session.
Glenn’s CARSTAR Body Shop in Lincoln, Neb., was voted one of the top three winners in the Lincoln Journal Star’s 2018 Lincoln’s Choice Awards.
John Eagle Verdict Resonates with Woodhouse Collision Center Staff, Provides Extra Motivation ‘to Repair Vehicles Right’
At Woodhouse Collision Center, discussions about the John Eagle verdict have given shop Manager Jake Aufenkamp an opportunity to discuss the shop’s mission, which is “to repair vehicles right.”
The Greater Omaha Chamber has named Don & Ron’s CARSTAR Collision Center as its January 2018 Small Business of the Month in recognition of the shop’s excellent customer service and community involvement.
When a customer says, “Boy, that was a lot easier than I thought,” it’s music to the ears of the staff at Don & Ron’s CARSTAR in Omaha, Neb.
Don & Ron’s CARSTAR in Omaha, Neb., has been honored as a top business by the Sarpy County People’s Choice Awards.
The CARSTAR Omaha, Neb., locations recently presented a set of minivan keys to a Salvation Army chaplain during their annual Tree of Lights Kickoff in Omaha.
This award recognizes organizations in metro Omaha that have demonstrated ethical practices with key stakeholders including customers, employees and community at large, rather than a company’s growth, profitability or popularity.
Dingman’s Collision Center Owner Boyd Dingman hosts an art show each month to bring attention to local artists and to give back to a local organization, the Open Door Mission.