ABPA Applauds Introduction of REPAIR Act
The ABPA states H.R. 6570 will ensure the preservation of consumer choice, a fair marketplace and the continued safe operation of the nation’s 288 million registered passenger and commercial motor vehicles.
CAR Coalition Launches National Right to Repair Campaign
The CAR Coalition has launched a multi-million dollar campaign in support of the right to repair movement and key legislative measures, including the Save Money on Auto Repair Transportation (SMART) Act.
Mando Corp. Releases New Line of Cooling Fan Assemblies
Mando offers six SKUs covering 100% of applications for 2019 and newer Hyundai and KIA vehicles equipped with brushless units.
Empire Auto Parts Expands in Georgia
Empire Auto Parts, a distributor of aftermarket collision parts, has opened their fifth distribution center and second location in Georgia.
CAR Coalition Applauds Executive Order on Right to Repair
The CAR Coalition believes the EO will enhance competitiveness in the U.S. economy and enhance consumers’ ability to choose where and how they repair their vehicles.
CAR Coalition Strongly Supports Bipartisan SMART Act
The CAR Coalition states that the SMART Act will expand consumer choice for crash parts, decrease costs to both drivers and insurers, and enhance competition in the auto parts market.
ABPA Opposes Nebraska OE Repair Procedures Bill
The ABPA says Nebraska Legislative Bill 602 will adversely affect Nebraska drivers by establishing a restriction against the use of alternative parts when OEM repair procedures are mandated.
CAR Coalition Launches New Consumer Rights Video
The video outlines the need to protect consumers’ rights in the post-collision automotive repair market.
ABPA Opposes Washington OE Repair Procedures Bill
The ABPA has opposed Washington House Bill 1428, which would establish a restriction against the use of alternative parts when OEM repair procedures are mandated.
CAPA Joins Consumer Access to Repair Coalition
The CAR Coalition is an industry group whose mission is to preserve and protect consumer choice, transparency and affordability in the collision repair market.
Automakers Launch New Non-Saleable Parts/Airbag Lookup Tool
The tool will enable aftermarket parts handlers to identify recalled Takata airbags and work with dealers and others to identify and safely dispose of parts that cannot be resold under Federal law.
CARiD Launches OE Brand of Factory-Equivalent Parts
Online retailer CARiD.com announced the launch of its “OE” brands, encompassing what it claims is the widest variety of automotive replacement parts available at one website.