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At the end of the 30-day response period, the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) et al. presented its Answer to the petition for Writ of Mandate filed by the Collision Repair Association of California (CRA) in an attempt to force BAR to settle licensing issues regarding the Progressive Service Center of San Diego. BAR has already determined, as far back as May, that the center qualifies as an Auto Repair Dealer (ARD), and therefore must have a license to operate.
The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) has honored the “top ten” users of its S/P2 e-learning program among General Motors ASEP schools.
Wednesday, 27 December 2006 16:23

Latest Industry News - 11/20/06

Class-action suit against Farmers for use of non-OEM parts winding up...

Friday, 12 January 2007 16:31

CCRE Reno Day Two

Eversman says: Get a signed repair contact

Farmers Insurance Group has agreed to pay over $17 million to settle a California class-action suit that claimed the insurer had breached its insurance contracts by requiring the use of certain non-OEM crash parts.  The insurer has also agreed that, for a period of one year, it will adjust claims "as appropriate using only OEM Crash Parts, salvage Crash Parts or CAPA Crash Parts that have not been decertified."
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