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Beverly Hills auto body shop launched a jewelry business using scrap metal from luxury cars
CRASH Jewelry uses real fenders, doors and hoods from high-end vehicles to make cuffs, earrings, necklaces and more.
Could Tesla actually be making their vehicles less expensive to fix?
Elon Musk says Tesla Insurance is pushing automaker to simplify designs and increase parts availability.
Texas nonprofit helps low-income vehicle owners afford auto repairs
Autocare Haven uses donations and volunteers to subsidize service for vets, seniors, single parents and others.
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Which road maintenance fleet has the best snowplow names?
Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Vermont, even Arizona, and many other state and city government fleets have held naming contests for their winter service vehicles. But who has the best?
U.S. parents becoming slightly more likely to recommend their kids pursue trades, although prefer electrician and plumber over mechanic
New report from IMR Inc. measures household perception of trade professions to help the automotive industry attract more skilled workers.
Hidden external speakers are changing the soundscape of our streets
One of the most noticeable changes we’ll experience with more electric vehicles will be the noises from their acoustic vehicle alert systems, or AVAS.
Automotive technical schools just saw the largest graduation drop in a decade
Troubling new report from TechForce Foundation shows that fewer and fewer people are graduating from technical schools with automotive degrees.
Ralph Nader inspired a vehicle safety revolution and all he got was a lousy bolt named after him
Door striker bolts became known as Nader pins after “Unsafe at Any Speed” caused a national uproar and led to the first FMVSS rules.
Car Talk’s Ray Magliozzi calls on lawmakers to pass right to repair law
Co-founder of the famous car show writes Washington Post opinion piece calling for Congress to act.
Do self-service garages have a place in the auto care industry? This growing business thinks so.
Stew’s Garage near Tacoma, Washington, offers DIYers access to lifts, tools and expertise, and it’s building a following.
Rats increasingly causing more car repairs, says New York Times
Causes include more New Yorkers buying cars, pandemic habit changes, and maybe soy-based wiring?