Washington — The National Automobile Dealers Association, McLean, Va., applauded the efforts of the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), Des Plaines, Ill., for creating a new Web-based service with total-loss data for consumers.

“This is a step in the right direction, but because the information is limited, we still need federal legislation that would expand total-loss disclosure,” says Ivette Rivera, NADA’s executive director of legislative affairs. “We would like all insurers and rental car companies to leverage existing technology, such as vehicle history reports, to keep dangerous, rebuilt cars and trucks off the road to truly protect consumers.”

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