The National Conference of Insurance Legislators has put off anyaction on a model act that would set certification standards foraftermarket auto parts for collision repairs.

The action came at the NCOIL summer meeting last week inNewport, R.I.

At a special hearing, representatives of the insurance andautomotive industries clashed over establishing a mechanism tocertify independently produced auto parts not made by the originalequipment auto manufacturer for use in collision repair.

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