Much as insurance companies have been endeavoring to defeat initiatives at the state level that restrict their use of credit scoring in underwriting, they are also facing opposition in the auto claims arena.

The opposition comes in two primary forms: anti-steering legislation aimed at preventing insurers from operating direct repair programs (DRPs), and laws mandating the use of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) auto parts in repairs.

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