Two Minnesota Senators have introduced a companion bill to a House bill that aims to change the state’s motor vehicle service contract requirements description to include a number of services. Among the new listed services is “the repair of chips or cracks in a motor vehicle windshield or the replacement of a motor vehicle windshield as a result of damage caused by a road hazard.”
The Senate bill was introduced on March 19 and referred to the Commerce and Consumer Protection Finance and Policy Committee. Sen. Mark Koran and Sen. Dan Sparks introduced the Senate version of the bill.
The original bill was introduced to the Minnesota House of Representatives on March 8 by Rep. Tim O’Driscoll and Rep. Joe Hoppe.
Click here for the full text of the House bill.
Click here for the full text of the Senate bill.