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Wednesday, 30 November 2005 17:00

AQMD fails to pass stricter emission rules

A rule that would prevent businesses emitting certain levels of toxins from locating near schools - Proposed Rule 1401.1 - failed to pass a vote by a quorum of the Governing Board during a hearing in early October. The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) tabled the rule until their meeting this month. 

Monday, 05 February 2007 14:59

MQVP files suit against Keystone Automotive

MQVP has sought at least $20 million in damages and other equitable relief on several claims filed against Keystone Automotive regarding their distribution of parts.

What do you get when you ask the industry to list what they see as the key issues they’d like to see addressed?


The leaders and participants of the Collision Industry Conference (CIC) conducted just that exercise in recent weeks, and ended up with a list of nearly 600 issues submitted by more than 150 representatives of the collision repair, insurance and related segments of the industry.

With the sluggish growth or even decline in sales many shops have experienced in recent years, the technician shortage and recruitment of employees have not been the troublesome issue they were for the industry during the late 1990s. 

Concluding well over ten years' debate regarding aftermarket crash parts, the National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) unanimously adopted a "Resolution Regarding Motor Vehicle Crash Parts" at its annual meeting in San Diego, California last month. 

Monday, 05 February 2007 13:01

BAR restarts program to investigate repairs

In an effort to protect consumers and monitor the work of the body shop, BAR has enlisted an auto body inspection program to examine collision repairs in California.  Car owners who have been in an accident and had their cars repaired are eligible for a free inspection administered by BAR field representatives. The vehicle is examined for repairs performed properly and in accordance with what is listed on the consumer’s invoice.