Legislation includes both collision repair and auto glass. Does not require use of OEM parts included in recommendations.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives on Thursday concurred with Senate amendments to a bill prohibiting insurance companies from … [Read More...]
Bill that would have required insurers to pay for OEM parts for 60 months from a vehicle’s manufacture date did not make it to a vote.
Nevada Assembly Bill 173 (AB 173) that sought to increase restrictions on insurer’s requirements that collision repair … [Read More...]
Bill expands state’s current anti-steering law and increases fines that can be levied on auto insurance companies.
On Saturday, June 1, the Louisiana Senate voted to approve legislation passed by the House of Representatives that would expand the state’s … [Read More...]
Assembly bill would require collision repair facilities and insurance companies to comply with guidelines and service bulletins issued by vehicle manufacturers.
New York State is the latest to see legislation introduced that would require the collision repair … [Read More...]
Legislation passed by the House of Representatives would expand the state’s anti-steering law and double fines for an initial offense and a 10 times increase for third and subsequent offenses.
Louisiana House of Representative legislation currently before the … [Read More...]