Repair Commercial Vehicles or own a Fleet?

If you repair commercial vehicles as part of your business operations there is a new Massachusetts regulation you should know about.

Businesses that are engaged in repairing commercial vehicles might want to be Insurance for Used Car Dealerships in Massachusetts and Insurance for Fleet in Massachusettsalerted to the fact that due to a September 7, 2016 decision of the Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts, commercial auto repairs are now subject to the Attorney General’s auto repair regulations. Please check out the article at this link, “Punitive Damage And Attorney Fee Statute Applied to Commercial Auto Repair Disputes,” which has a copy of the regulations and a short explanation of what this may mean to auto repair shops and commercial fleet owners.

Did you know that here at Elliot Whittier Insurance, we have specialized programs JUST for your type of business?  Check out our page on Massachusetts Insurance for Used Car Dealerships and Auto Repair Shops.  If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact us at 6176-846-5000 X 135 and ask for Christine Millerick O'Keefe, or click on the link below 24/7.

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