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Tuesday, 19 June 2018 19:51

DE Couple Arrested for $100,000 Auto Insurance Fraud

Written by Staff, STL News


Diliana Legeros, age 33, and Joseph Aubourg, age 43, of Milford, DE, were indicted by a Delaware Grand Jury on June 4 for insurance fraud, and then arrested after turning themselves in to Capital Police on June 11. 

Tuesday, 19 June 2018 16:30

Critics Say RI Car Parts Bill Would Raise Costs; Marshall Calls it 'Consumer Protection'

Written by Ian Donnis, Rhode Island Public Radio

An insurance industry group says a car parts bill passed June 12 by the Rhode Island House Corporations Committee will make the state an outlier and raise costs for consumers. 

Kristin’s goal was to make sure her son could attend kindergarten and begin his educational journey.  

Auto collision repair students at Northern Maine Community College usually see their share of bent bumpers, wrecked rocker panels and peeled paint, but one recent graduate recently tackled a pitted and pockmarked planet.

Thursday, 14 June 2018 20:32

CT Towns, Cities Wary of Testing Self-Driving Cars

Written by Jesse Buchanan, Record-Journal

Connecticut towns and cities are considering a state request for four municipalities willing to join a self-driving car testing program.

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 23:05

Edward Salamy: Let Consumers Choose Cheaper Auto Parts

Written by Edward Salamy, Automotive Body Parts Association


As Americans, we tend to support competition over monopolies. Why? Because competition drives down prices and gives consumers more options to choose from. It puts consumers in the driver seat, and who after all doesn’t love the freedom to make their own decisions?

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