Lawmakers in Michigan have passed legislation amending the state’s law governing operation of automotive repair shops to include the provision that shops will not be allowed to:
“Replace a part with a part that does not meet or exceed standards recognized as OEM comparable quality as verified by a nationally recognized automotive parts testing agency.”
The new language was passed overwhelmingly by the state’s House of Representatives, and now moves to the Senate for debate.
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