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AIA Calls Latest Anti-Steering Legislation ‘Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing’

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In its most recent issue of Advocate,
the American Insurance Association (AIA) calls the latest anti-steering
legislation a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” and says it could cost
consumers millions of dollars in higher repair costs.

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“While proponents of new legislation market it as being
pro-consumer," the article states, “the reality is that the legislation
reduces marketplace competition and restricts consumer access to useful
information about their auto repairs.”

The article goes on to say that “true anti-steering laws have been
in place for many years, and companies in all 50 states do not dictate
to their policyholders where to have auto repair work done. They
support consumers’ right to choose their own repair services.”

The article also explains the typical claims process a consumer goes
through, and also summarizes the latest anti-steering bills being
proposed in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri and
Washington.

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To read the article in full, visit www.aiadc.org/AIApub.

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