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Tuesday, 23 November 2021 18:49

CAA East Bay Chapter Hosts 120 People for BAR Presentation

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CAA East Bay Chapter President Tiffany Silva, left, and CAA Lobbyist Jack Molodanof, right, were happy to finally meet in person after an 18-month hiatus due to the pandemic. CAA East Bay Chapter President Tiffany Silva, left, and CAA Lobbyist Jack Molodanof, right, were happy to finally meet in person after an 18-month hiatus due to the pandemic.

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...use all repair, testing and measuring equipment and current reference materials necessary to diagnose, section, replace or repair structural damage to repair/restore vehicles to a safe condition.

 

It also requires all auto body repair equipment meets current trade standards for the work being performed, and all supplemental restraints and associated components must be repaired to manufacturer repair specifications.

 

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From left, Regal Collision owner Jim Boyle, Regal’s Production Manager Kirk Kapfenstein and R. Gary Hernandez, owner of Martinez Auto Body, caught up with old friends.

 

BAR registers and regulates 36,000-plus California automotive repair dealers and mediates automotive repair complaints, saving California consumers millions of dollars each year in the form of direct refunds, rework and bill adjustments, for example. Annually, the BAR gives approximately $5 million to consumers for issues normally minor in nature.

 

For more than 40 years, BAR has helped to protect California consumers at its headquarters in Rancho Cordova and 12 field offices stationed throughout the state.

 

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