Increased fuel economy standards, behind vehicle materials and design changes impacting collision repair industry, would slow under proposal. Continues to set one national standard, eliminating California’s ability to set more stringent requirements.
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Parts certification bodies stand behind certified aftermarket part performance where driver assistance systems installed.
Recent vehicle manufacturer position statements have cautioned collision repair facilities on the extent of allowed repair procedures and … [Read More...]
Representatives from Auto Care Association, Automotive Body Parts Association, Certified Automotive Parts Association and the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association testify against imposing broad-based tariffs on imported automobiles and parts.
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Lancaster and Guarnieri detail plans for Subaru’s collision repair certification program.
Subaru of America announced in March that it was partnering with Wadsworth International to launch the vehicle manufacturer’s certified collision repair program. In our … [Read More...]
Senate Bill 2679, that expands consumer choice requirement for insurers on OEM parts to 48 months, is now law.
Rhode Island Senate Bill 2679 (SB 2679), that expands the state’s existing requirement that consumers be given the right to choose and insurers pay … [Read More...]