Right To Repair
Massachusetts voters have approved a ballot question requiring automakers to provide car owners and independent repair shops with access to their diagnostic systems.
Question 1 on the Massachusetts ballot is called “Right to Repair.” Here are arguments on either side.
It’s rare for both sides of an issue to take the same position.
Both sides in the so-called Right To Repair debate in Massachusetts are urging voters to skip over the question on the November ballot because of a compromise already passed by the Legislature.
Backers of automotive repair legislation approved in the waning hours of the legislative session say it could serve as a model for a national policy.
A bill that supporters say would allow Massachusetts consumers to get their vehicles fixed at a wider range of locations has failed to gain final approval in the Legislature.
Massachusetts would become the first state to approve the so-called auto right-to-repair law. The Senate recently passed it, and it’s pending in the House. Industry observers say passage of the bill in Massachusetts could drive […]
The Massachusetts Senate has given initial approval to a bill that supporters say would allow consumers to get their vehicles fixed at a wider range of locations.