Right to Repair is a battle the automotive aftermarket has been fighting for nearly two decades. Despite years of debate between the independent aftermarket and automotive OEMs, as well as at the congressional level, the Motor Vehicle Owners’ Right to Repair Act didn’t truly begin to gain traction until the Massachusetts legislature enacted Right to Repair bill H. 4362 on July 31, 2012. Eighty-six percent of voters supported the bill at that time.
Massachusetts has once again become a focal point in the Right to Repair battle as technology in today’s connected cars changes the dynamics of the legislation.
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