After more than two decades, the largest auto insurer in the U.S. will test the reintroduction of certified non-OEM collision repair parts.
State Farm announced to its Select Service shops in Texas and Oklahoma on June 14 that due to supply chain issues it will conduct a test of expanded specification of non-Original Manufacturer (OEM) collision repair parts.
Starting June 20th, the company will reintroduce non-OEM bumper covers, headlamps, and tail lamps over an eight-week period in Oklahoma and Texas when producing repair estimates and settling auto claims.
State Farm will require that any non-OEM crash parts included on estimates
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