Aftermarket Parts Disclosure Laws

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has compiled a summary of state laws that provide for the disclosure of aftermarket crash parts, which may be used in the repair of collision-damaged motor vehicles.

Aftermarket crash parts are typically defined as “parts not manufactured by the original equipment manufacturer that replace non-mechanical sheet metal parts or plastic parts that constitute part of the exterior of a motor vehicle, including, but not limited to, an inner or outer panel.”

The information contained in this report was provided by the state attorney general’s office, state agencies charged with regulating the automotive repair and/or insurance industries, state consumer affairs offices, the Congressional Research Service, ASA Affiliate Directors and individual members.

Click here to download a PDF copy of the report.