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BAR announces safety inspection workshop to target salvage-titled vehicles

At a minimum, the new program will combine and ultimately replace the Bureau’s current lamp and brake inspection programs

Sacramento, Calif.—The Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) will host a second public workshop — in-person — to discuss regulation development for the proposed vehicle safety inspection and certification program. The first workshop was held on April 20.

AB 471 (Low, Chapter 372, Statutes of 2021) requires BAR to establish by Jan. 1, 2024, a vehicle safety inspection and certification program for salvage-titled vehicles. At a minimum, the new program will combine and ultimately replace the Bureau’s current lamp and brake inspection programs. This workshop will provide drafts of the proposed regulations and vehicle safety inspection manual for continued discussion on the Bureau’s implementation strategy and regulation development process.

In-Person Meeting Location

Department of Consumer Affairs, HQ 2

Hearing Room 186

1747 North Market Blvd.

Sacramento, CA 95834

Observation and Public Comment

WebEx (Event password: BAR07212022)

General WebEx Instructions

Observation Only

Webcast

General Information

Workshop materials are available on the Public Workshops page at www.bar.ca.gov.

For questions about this workshop or to request a disability-related accommodation in order to participate in the meeting, contact Zach Richardson at (916) 403-8615 or Zachary.Richardson@dca.ca.gov. Requests should be submitted at least five business days before the meeting to help ensure availability of the accommodation.

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