Are Car Insurance Photo Estimates Accurate?
In The News
AP, Honda: Takata airbag inflator kills man fixing Accord at home By John Huetter on July 11, 2017 Business Practices | Education | Repair Operations | Technology A Florida man’s attempt to repair a 2001 Honda Accord containing a recalled Takata airbag led to his death, according to Honda andContinue reading
Know Your Rights: Mopar Introduces Awareness Campaign on ‘Right to Request’ O.E. Collision Parts New campaign informs owners of right to request Original Equipment (O.E.) parts for collision repairs Campaign includes informational ad, guidebook, images and more Mopar collision parts are superior to aftermarket in areas including fit, finish, corrosionContinue reading
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Feb. 10, 2016 – Hyundai launched a dramatic new awareness campaign today, aimed at warning American drivers of the risks involved when using counterfeit automotive parts. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that vehicle owners work with their automotive dealers and repair professionals to ensureContinue reading
USAA Insurance was fined $95,500 by the Connecticut Insurance department after a market conduct examination found that, among other violations, the company told some claimants that they could not drop their car off for repairs on a Thursday or Friday. That’s a common practice by insurers in many markets because late-in-the-week drop-offsContinue reading