Bill would require insurers and collision repair facilities to include written disclosure of any aftermarket crash parts.
Tennessee Senate Bill 768 (SB 768), introduced by Senator John Stevens, seeks to amend the Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 56, … [Read More...]
Legislation seeking to eliminate requirement to use OEM collision repair parts during warranty period scheduled for hearing tomorrow.
Arkansas Senate Bill 291 (SB 291), that seeks to repeal the requirement that original equipment collision repair parts be … [Read More...]
The legislation, similar to a bill that was withdrawn last year, seeks to require insurers to authorize only OEM or certified collision repair parts. Hearing scheduled for March.
Maryland Senate Bill 1007 (SB 1007), introduced by Senate Minority Leader J.B. … [Read More...]
Office of Defect investigation finds no safety-related defect trends. Data shows 40 percent reduction in crash rates for Tesla vehicles after introduction of autosteer.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s … [Read More...]
Auto industry calls for review by incoming Trump Administration.
On Friday, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy finalized her decision to maintain the current greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions standards for model years 2022-2025 cars and light trucks. The final … [Read More...]