Proposed bill demands transparency, accountability from Alberta auto industry
By Jonathan Ablett | December 4, 2017
The proposed legislation: “A Better Deal for Consumers and Businesses Act” aims to protect Albertans who are looking to buy or repair a vehicle by holding the automotive industry more accountable and transparent.
The changes would include requiring automotive businesses to disclose important vehicle information to consumers, like a vehicle’s history, requiring a standard bill of sale for automotive sales, establishing minimum warranty protections for repairs, and requiring repair shops to provide written estimates upon request to consumers prior to beginning work.
The government said the bill would also strengthen oversight of the province’s auto regulator, the Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC), by making the council into a public agency.
ARMVIC is responsible for providing consumer protection in the motor vehicle industry.
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