You demanded your right to repair your car where you want.  The “Right to Repair” law will give every mechanic access to the same information and tools that dealers have access to, so you can get your car serviced where you want to, and save hundreds of dollars.

No longer will independent technicians need to purchase expensive tools and software for cars they service only a few times a year. Instead, car owners and independent technicians will have up-to-date access to repair and diagnostic information for all makes and models of vehicles on the road using a universal interface system. The system would be accessible to anyone for a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly subscription. It’s as easy as downloading an app on your smartphone.

Cost savings for repairs can be passed along to consumers. Right to Repair will ensure that consumers always have a choice in where to service their vehicles. And when consumers choose independent repair shops over the big dealerships, they can save an average of $300-$500 each year.

More than 106,000 Massachusetts citizens have supported Right to Repair by signing the Right to Repair initiative petition for a 2012 ballot question. But the legislature passed the law unanimously on July 31  so we won’t have to wait that long. Tell your legislator to stand up for independent, small businesses, instead of big out-of-state corporations.

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