Both OEMs and independent collision repair parts providers raise concerns with Department of Commerce Section 232 Investigation that could result in 25 percent tariffs on imported autos and parts.
On May 23, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross initiated an … [Read More...]
House Bill 8013 proposes to amend the time limits for using aftermarket body parts and require insurance companies to pay for OEM procedures.
Rhode Island House Bill 8013 (HB 8013), that proposes to expands the state’s existing requirement that insurers pay … [Read More...]
Legislation that seeks to revise labor rate survey regulations now goes to Senate.
The California Assembly Appropriations Committee on May 31 approved Assembly Bill 2276 (AB 2276) that would revise collision repair labor survey regulations that came into … [Read More...]
Appropriations Committee approves amended legislation that would revise California Insurance Department regulations governing how auto insurer’s conduct labor rate surveys on collision repair work.
The California Assembly Appropriations Committee on Friday … [Read More...]
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...]