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      09-23-2012, 02:36 AM   #15
tntsE90
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Originally Posted by sgtfury40 View Post
OEM parts depend on the state. Also, check your policy. Just because the policy says something, does not mean that it complies with state insurance regulations, or state statutes.
CORRECT. My friend is a Insurance adjuster for a major insurance company and it's he tells me it's perfectly legal for a insurance company to use "aftermarket" parts in repairs. It's usually written in the policy but 99.9% will never read it until it is too late.

The moment you drive that car off that dealer lot, it is considered used and subject to the insurance company's repair policy. The only time you will get OEM parts if IF there was no availability of a aftermarket part.
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