FWIW, I work with the repair facilities that are now under new OSHA safety guidelines due to the shock hazards involved in making repairs to damaged vehicles that are brought in. There are many safety interlocks in the HVIL that need to be retested and certified as functional.
There are so many new guidelines such as Paint booth spraying, storage of the vehicle, and towing of vehicles. These are all added expenses that are new to the industry. Many of these new standards are only now going into effect. I work in this sector as an OSHA trainer for electric vehicles, service, and repair.
I was trying to get a feel if this has become evident in insurance rates. Simple question.