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(F) Insurers of motor vehicles.
(G) State law enforcement officials.
(H) Local law enforcement officials.

(I) The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators.

(J) The National Insurance Crime Bureau.

(K) The National Committee on Traffic Laws and Ordinances. (c) REIMBURSEMENT.

(1) SALARY.—The members of the task force shall serve without pay.

(2) TRAVEL EXPENSES.-While away from their residences or regular places of business in performance of services for the Federal Government, members of the task force shall be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, in the same manner as persons employed intermittently in the Federal Government service are allowed expenses under section 5703 of title 5, United States Code.

(3) CHAIR.—The Secretary of Transportation, or the Secretary's delegate, shall serve as chairman of the task force. The task force may also invite representatives of the Governors and State legislators to participate. (d) REPORT.

(1) BASIS.—The report required by subsection (a)(2) shall be made after a meaningful consultative process and review of existing laws, practices, studies, and recommendations regarding the problems specified in subsection (a)(1).

(2) CONTENT. --The report shall specify the key aspects of motor vehicle antitheft measures necessary to prevent the disposition or use of stolen motor vehicles, or the major components of motor vehicles, and to prevent insurance and other fraud based upon false reports of stolen motor vehicles. The report shall indicate any of the antitheft measures for which national uniformity would be crucial in order for the measure to be adequately effective. The report shall recommend viable ways of obtaining any national uniformity which is necessary.

(3) RECOMMENDATIONS.—The report also shall include other recommendations for legislative or administrative action at the State level or at the Federal level, and recommendations for industry and public actions.

TITLE II–AUTOMOBILE TITLE FRAUD 1

TITLE III-AMENDMENTS ON THEFT PREVENTION REGARDING CHOP SHOP” RELATED THEFTS

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1 Section 7(b) of P.L. 103–272 repealed sections 201-204 without repealing the title heading.

TITLE IV-EXPORT OF STOLEN

AUTOMOBILES

SEC. 401. RANDOM CUSTOMS INSPECTIONS FOR STOLEN AUTO

MOBILES BEING EXPORTED.

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SEC. 402. (19 U.S.C. 1646b note] PILOT STUDY AUTHORIZING UTILITY

OF NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION SYSTEM. The Secretary of the Treasury, acting through the Commissioner of Customs, shall conduct a pilot study of the utility of a nondestructive examination system to be used for inspection of containers that may contain automobiles leaving the country for the purpose of determining whether such automobiles have been stolen.

REFRIGERATOR SAFETY ACT

86-482 0-96-11

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