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Take Action West Virginia Crash Parts Bill Seeks to Eliminate Consumer Consent
ASA Opposes WV SB 544

As you may know, West Virginia Senate Bill (SB) 544, introduced by State Sen. Mark Maynard, R-6, would repeal West Virginia state law requiring a vehicle owner’s written consent if non-OEM crash parts are used during the vehicle warranty period.

This legislation disregards the consumer’s right to choose which types of parts are used in the repair of their vehicle during the warranty period. Current West Virginia law ensures that the vehicle owner can make a more informed decision.

SB 544 is before the Senate Judiciary Committee for further consideration. Please go to TakingTheHill.com and send a letter to your legislator opposing SB 544.

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As a professional, independent automotive repairer in the state of West Virginia, and your constituent, I ask you to oppose West Virginia Senate Bill (SB) 544, introduced by State Sen. Mark Maynard, R-6.

If enacted, Senate Bill (SB) 544 would repeal the requirement for the vehicle owner to provide written consent for the use of aftermarket crash parts in the repair of a vehicle that is still under the manufacturer’s warranty.

This legislation disregards the consumer’s right to choose how their vehicle is repaired. The current law ensures that the vehicle owner can make an informed decision with the repair shop. Please oppose Senate Bill 544.
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