Bills on auto parts could raise car repair costs, insurance rates, group warns

A NEW RESEARCH report by the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America claims that bills now before the state House and Senate could raise Rhode Island auto insurance rates to the highest in the nation by banning the use of high-quality aftermarket parts for collision repairs.
A NEW RESEARCH report by the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America claims that bills now before the state House and Senate could raise Rhode Island auto insurance rates to the highest in the nation by banning the use of high-quality aftermarket parts for collision repairs.
PROVIDENCE – A new research report by an insurance group claims that bills now before the state House and Senate could raise Rhode Island auto insurance rates to the highest in the nation, in this case by banning the use of high-quality aftermarket parts for collision repairs. The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America said…

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