NH Legislator Wants Consumers Notified of Calibration Prior to Work

NH Legislator Wants Consumers Notified of Calibration Prior to Work

A hearing was held Feb. 15 on a bill by New Hampshire Rep. Tim McGough that would require auto glass repair and replacement facilities to tell customers calibrations are necessary for their vehicles prior to work being done.

McGough, a Republican, opened the hearing by telling the committee of the “very specialized” calibration process.

“All it does is require us to notify and protect the consumer,” he said of HB 304. “The problem is an unsuspecting consumer could very easily go to an auto glass shop, not be told (about calibration), and have non-working sensors. All of those important sensors could be completely uncalibrated and the consumer would never know it.”

To read more, see glassBYTEs.com.

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