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Ohio Budget Amendment Could Place Burden on Repair Shops

An amendment proposed for the Ohio budget legislation would exempt insurers from providing notice to customers when non-OEM parts are used in a repair, placing the burden on shops to notify the customer.

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An amendment proposed for the Ohio budget legislation would exempt insurers from providing notice to customers when non-OEM parts are used in a repair, placing the burden on shops to notify the customer.

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As most auto insurers’ policies require the use of non-OEM or used parts during the repair of the vehicle, this measure would place an unfair burden of enforcing the insurer’s provisos on the repairer.

ASA and ASA-Ohio oppose this amendment and encourage repairers to send a letter of opposition to their state legislators. To send a letter in opposition to the proposed amendment, visit TakingTheHill.com, click “Alerts” and scroll down to Ohio.

 

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