U.S. Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza and U.S. Department of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testified on the rollout and implementation of the PPP.
Major automotive aftermarket associations sent a letter to Congress opposing a new “Cash for Clunkers” program being included in the next COVID-19 stimulus legislation.
Earlier this year, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam (D) unveiled plans to eliminate the state’s motor vehicle safety inspection program.
Congressional leaders are negotiating legislation to expand the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan by $250 billion, with half of that amount being distributed through community banks.
Tactics repairers can use to get legislation passed that will benefit the collision repair industry.
AASP/MA urged support of House Bill 4122, which seeks to better address the growing presence of telematics in vehicle technology and repairs.
The bill seeks to establish a private cause of action for first-party claimants regarding certain unfair or unreasonable practices by their insurer.
In his budget briefing, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam unveiled plans to eliminate the state’s motor vehicle safety inspection program.
PA lawmakers won’t proceed with legislation that would have exempted vehicles eight years and newer from the emissions I/M program.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) is speaking out against the claims certain insurers have made about proposed legislation that intends to protect collision shops and consumers in a court of law when battling unfair insurance practices.
The bill (A.B. 949) will prohibit an automotive repair dealer from installing an unsafe used tire, as specified, on a motor vehicle for use on a highway.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has alerted the collision repair industry that New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has vetoed OEM repair procedure legislation.