Recall Masters latest integration addresses new recall legislation

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. - 

Recall Masters has a new partnership to integrate its real-time vehicle recall lookup solution into Record360’s vehicle condition reporting app. And this collaboration aims to help dealers and rental agencies avoid claims disputes when putting drivers in vehicles during recalls.

The enhanced transparency and real-time recall updates are brought by the integration, following new legislation concerning vehicle safety recalls passed just last summer.

Lawmakers addressed rental car agencies need to fix any and all open safety defects before renting out vehicles to customers.

The legislation established a fine of $5,000 if a consumer is put into a rental or loaner vehicle with an outstanding recall, Recall Masters explained in a news release announcing the partnership.

“Countless damage disputes impact relationships, customer satisfaction, and cause negative reviews,” said Recall Masters president Chris Miller. “Vehicle condition and claims management processes is dependent on paper or low-fidelity digital reporting and Record360 fills the gap with a modern solution.”

Dealerships and car rental agencies can automate their asset management by digitizing vehicle conditions reviews via Record360’s condition reporting software.

The software is designed to help prevent customers being put into a rental or loaner vehicle with an existing recall, as well as end customers’ ability to claim they did not cause damage to a loaner or rental.

“Our integration with Record360 ensures that the user is informed of any open recall in real-time while the initial inspection is done. This helps build trusting relationships between automotive dealers or car rental agencies and their customers,” added Miller.

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