Current and future legislation plays a big part in the success and survival of the auto recycling industry. Monitoring proposed legislation and keeping our members informed on issues that will affect how they do business is a major function of the Carolina Auto Recyclers Association.
Since a new salvage yard reporting law went into effect a month ago, the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles' License & Theft Bureau has received 41 reports of stolen vehicles, stopping 22 from being sold to salvage yards & confiscating 19 following sales... Read full story
Implementation date is set for December 1, 2013 and the registration is set to begin November 25, 2013. We need to send a clear message to DMV and everyone involved that CAR supports the basic language in the bill by registering and using the site. ... Read full story
On 23 July 2013, Governor McCrory signed H26 into law and we are all pleased that the 10 year title rule remains in effect. The readers of this should know however that there are new requirements in effect and that the penalties for failure to comply are even stiffer than before... Read full story
The New Mexico Certified Automotive Recyclers Association (NMCARA) commends the San Juan County Sheriff's Office, the National Salvage Vehicle Reporting Program, and the U.S. Department of Justice's National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) Enforcement Program for their combined efforts that resulted in the recent prosecution of an illegally operating salvage business in San Juan County, New Mexico. ... Read full story