A bill was recently introduced in Hawaii that “clarifies the allowable scope of motor vehicle service contracts regulated by the Insurance Commissioner to include contracts for certain motor vehicle repair and replacement services.”
The bill, HB 154, was introduced in the Hawaii House of Representatives on January 18 and was referred to the Consumer Protection and Commerce Committee. It passed the House on February 28. An amended version of the bill passed the Senate on April 5. It was returned to the House, which voted to disagree with the Senate’s amended version on April 9.
Click here for the original version of HB 154.
Click here for the amended version of HB 154 as passed by the Senate.