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Consumer Alert

Changes in 2016 may affect your MA Auto Insurance Coverage relative to services performed by towing companies. These changes represent a reduction in your insurance coverage.

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In the past 45 years, our voice has been heard in the legislature and statehouse. The dedication and professionalism of this association has been a recognized force on Beacon Hill and across the nation.

With a vision for the 21st century and the stability of the past, the STA will continue to grow supporting our professional members and meeting the demands and needs of the future.
 


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Statewide Towing Academy

Visit the Academy page for dates of upcoming classes. For more details, please visit StatewideTowingAcademy.org


Mark your calendars!!

  • CHANGE OF LOCATION FOR ELECTION MEETING - The May 18th, 6:30PM,  Election Meeting will be held at the STA Office, 11 Turnpike Road, Southborough, MA
  • May 25th, 2016, 6:00 PM - STA Owners'/Managers' Meeting, Devens, MA. Pre-registration REQUIRED. For more info and to register, CLICK HERE.
  • 2016 STA 6th Annual Golf Outing, August 9, 2016 at Blackstone National Golf Club, Sutton, MA. For more information or to register, CLICK HERE.

Announcing the STA Online Vehicle Sale site. Where members can list cars for sale and Buyers can bid for vehicles online.Buyers CLICK HERE to view the vehicles for sale. STA Members CLICK HERE to list your vehicles for sale.


 

Congratulations to the 2014 STA Scholarship Recipents ~ Samantha Marley and Leah Thomas. Samantha will be attending Fitchburg State  and Leah will be attending Northeastern University. We wish them both the best as they embark on a bright future!


Statewide Towing Association President, William E Johnson has been selected for induction into the International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame ~ Class of 2013. Click here to view the press release.


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Please consider Joining Our Association - Click here for information on Regular Membership or Associate Membership or Supporting Membership


Help the Towing Repair and Collision Political Action Committee (TRAC PAC) continue to support STA legislative initiatives with your donation today!

TRAC-PAC Insurance Abuse Registry - For more information CLICK HERE

The mission of the Towing, Repair, and Collision - Political Action Committee (TRAC-PAC) Insurance Abuse Registry is to provide a complete, accurate picture of the insurance industry as it relates to the towing, repair, and collision industry. It will be a resource for improving the automotive industry and insurance industry relationship. The purpose of this database is to provide analytical information about the towing and automotive industry's relationship with the insurance industry. The information gathered will be documented to record settlement and payment practices, thereby identifying any patterns within these relationship procedures. The goal of the TRAC-PAC Insurance Abuse Registry is to provide this information to industry professionals in order to better the claims process and improve practices for all parties involved.

The intent of the TRAC-PAC Registry database is to collect information from the towing, repair, and collision industries. However, we welcome data from all business entities that deal with insurance claims parallels.


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