Legislation now moves to the Senate. Bill excludes OEM recommendations against aftermarket collision repair parts, adds ability to use third-party paint and materials guides.
On Tuesday, March 19, the New Hampshire House of Representatives approved … [Read More...]
Information provider details increased claim cost due to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and how they are influencing estimating process and repair information access.
As the share of newer vehicles with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) installed … [Read More...]
Right to Repair Coalition supports legislation to assure independent consumer and repairer access to diagnostic systems and telematics data.
The Massachusetts Right to Repair Coalition is supporting legislation introduced in the commonwealth to amend the 2012 … [Read More...]
Legislation would amend insurance regulations to specify when consumers must pay additional costs for OEM collision repair parts. Repairers would have to detail markups on crash parts.
Hawaii Senate Bill 823 (SB 823), that seeks to change insurance … [Read More...]
Bill would place requirements on both collision repair facilities and insurers to follow OEM procedures and recommendations. Customers can authorize deviations.
Connecticut House Bill 7266 (HB 7266), introduced February 28, would place requirements on both … [Read More...]