State Farm Auto Glass Pricing Rates

State Farm Adjusts Rates for Auto Glass Pricing

Dave Phillips, a company spokesperson, stated that State Farm is adjusting its market rates for auto glass pricing in relation to National Auto Glass Specifications (NAGS) and labor rates.

State Farm is changing the “offer” in its offer and acceptance program, effective as of Sept. 19th, reported glassBYTEs.com.

Dave Phillips, a company spokesperson, stated that State Farm is adjusting its market rates for auto glass pricing in relation to National Auto Glass Specifications (NAGS) and labor rates.

The new pricing rates are:

Pricing Zone 1: Currently, 25 percent off of NAGS list price for the piece of glass will change to 32 percent off of the NAGS list price;

Pricing Zone 2: Currently, 15 percent off NAGS list price for the piece of glass will change to 24 percent off of NAGS list price; and

Pricing Zone 3: Currently, 0 percent off of NAGS list price for the piece of glass will remain at that price. The more populated areas fall into Zone 1, while rural areas are a part of Zone 3.

Labor for AGRR technicians will increase from $35/NAGS labor hour to $38/NAGS labor hour.

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