Bill expands the time frame for consumers to require OEM parts to 48 months.
The Rhode Island Senate approved Senate Bill 2679 (SB 2679) yesterday by a vote of 35-0 with two members not voting. SB 2679 expands the state’s existing requirement that insurers … [Read More...]
California Assembly Bill 2276 (AB 2276), that seeks to modify collision repair labor survey regulations that came into effect last year, has been scheduled for a hearing before the Assembly Appropriations Committee on May 16. The legislation, similar to … [Read More...]
Legislation expands OEM parts requirement to 48 months, requires OEM collision repair procedures.
The Rhode Island Senate Committee on the Judiciary yesterday approved an amended version of Senate Bill 2679 (SB 2679) that expands the state’s existing … [Read More...]
Senate Bill 2679 would expand non-OEM parts prohibition to 48 months, require OEM repair procedures.
Rhode Island Senate Bill, that was introduced in March by State Senators Maryellen Goodwin, Dominick Ruggerio and Michael McCaffrey, is scheduled for a … [Read More...]
Governor Sununu signed legislation to study rates paid by auto insurers to independent collision repair shops.
On Friday, April 20, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu signed House Bill 1663 (HB 1663), that establishes a committee to study reimbursement rates … [Read More...]