• jabird101 avatar jabird101 Posted: 8/3/2012 6:48am PDT

    Darrell Issa was a car thief and then a car alarm company owner. Maybe he wants easier to break into cars to be on the market after he retires from the House and returns to run Directed Electronics.

  • WBee avatar WBee Posted: 8/3/2012 6:40am PDT

    14 years is kind of a long time for car parts, but 30 months is totally out of line. 8 to 10 years is more realistic for all concerned.

  • fb_100002221398318 avatar Lazarus Posted: 8/2/2012 8:44pm PDT

    Wonder how much $$$ in "campaign contributions" Issa received from the insurance lobby and the job exporters he represents.

  • fb_100001606571856 avatar Nick Posted: 8/2/2012 10:30am PDT

    Oh, yeah, just what we need -- "cheaper" repair parts. Of course, insurance companies benefit from paying less for repair parts but then the car owner is stuck with sub-standard parts in their car. And don't even try to tell me that the quality of these "cheaper" parts will be as good as original parts. Another win for the insurance industry!