Protecting Auto Consumers From Undue Repair Costs And Bad Parts
Each year millions of consumers are involved in motor vehicle crashes that result in $250 billion in repair costs.
Much of the cost paid by consumers is due to the lack of competition in the auto parts market.
Those who are not victimized by overpriced parts often fall victim to poor quality parts.
Nationally renowned consumer advocate, author and auto standards leader Jack Gillis will join Assembly Speaker pro Tem Leland Yee in discussing legislation to protect car owners from both poor quality crash parts and over –priced car company parts.