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BAR announces workshops for auto body and windshield repair, and storage fees

Proposed changes to BAR’s auto body and windshield repair regulations, as well as storage fees for auto repairers, will be discussed

Sacramento, Calif.—The Bureau of Automotive Repair will host public workshops, Oct. 21, to discuss proposed changes to its auto body and windshield repair regulations, as well as a workshop on storage fees for auto repairers. Below are instructions on how to attend and participate.


Auto Body and Windshield Repairs Workshop
Thursday, Oct. 21, 3:15 – 4.15 p.m. (Or until close of business)

The proposed regulations would modernize the language to address vehicle technology advancements and current vehicle repair requirements.

This teleconference workshop is accessible to the public by WebEx and webcast at the links below. Instructions on how to join the teleconference and/or participate in public comment via WebEx are available at www.bar.ca.gov.

WebEx – Observation and Public Comment (Event password: BAR10212021)

https://dca-meetings.webex.com/dca-meetings/j.php?MTID=me603c085e1fa27b6fb6315ce4fd3295d

Webcast – Observation Onlyhttps://thedcapage.blog/webcasts/

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

For inquiries concerning this workshop or to request a disability-related accommodation or modification in order to participate in the workshop, contact Zach Richardson at (916) 403-8615 or Zachary.Richardson@dca.ca.gov. Submit your request at least five business days before the workshop to help ensure availability of the accommodation or modification.


Storage Fees for Automotive Repair Dealers Workshop
Thursday, Oct. 21, 2-3 p.m (Or until close of business)

BAR will host a public workshop to discuss proposed regulations on storage fees for registered automotive repair dealers. The Bureau first presented on this topic at the October 2018 BAR Advisory Group meeting and has performed numerous presentations to both industry and insurance groups.

The proposed regulations would bring together existing laws governing storage fees under one unified regulation for automotive repair dealers and clarify BAR’s authority to address storage fee issues as a result of AB 471 (Low, Chapter 372, Statutes of 2021).

This teleconference workshop is accessible to the public by WebEx and webcast at the links below. Instructions on how to join the teleconference and/or participate in public comment via WebEx are available at www.bar.ca.gov.

WebEx – Observation and Public Comment (Event password: BAR10212021)

https://dca-meetings.webex.com/dca-meetings/j.php?MTID=me603c085e1fa27b6fb6315ce4fd3295d

Webcast – Observation Onlyhttps://thedcapage.blog/webcasts/

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

For inquiries concerning this workshop or to request a disability-related accommodation or modification in order to participate in the workshop, contact Zach Richardson at (916) 403-8615 or Zachary.Richardson@dca.ca.gov. Submit your request at least five business days before the workshop to help ensure availability of the accommodation or modification.


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