Legislation would require insurers to base claim payments on, and collision repairers to use, vehicle manufacturer compliant repair procedures. Excludes OEM parts mandates, but requires use of like, kind and quality.
A bill introduced yesterday in Illinois … [Read More...]
Proposed law would require insurers to pay "reasonable and necessary" costs.
Proposed legislation in Washington State seeks to revise Chapter 48 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) to require insurers to pay for reasonable costs for auto physical damage … [Read More...]
In our video interview, Serratore details changes to technician certification deadlines made in response to the pandemic and a new ADAS credential in development.
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) recently opened registration for … [Read More...]
In our video interview, Gotsch details November and December claims trends and projections for 2021.
While the collision industry was beginning to recover from the government mandated business shutdowns and stay-at-home orders that decimated traffic volume in … [Read More...]
The Australia Treasury Department published an exposure draft of legislation for the mandatory motor vehicle service and repair information sharing scheme. The government is accepting public comments on the proposed law until January 31, 2021.The proposed … [Read More...]