OEs in R2R

Oct. 12, 2011
Manufacturers' response to proposed R2R legislation

In Massachusetts, House bill H102 and Senate bill S104 describe proposed Right to Repair legislation. A brief Internet search returns dozens of articles and news items about who is supporting proposed R2R legislation, but outside of a few Web forums, I've found no news about opposition to the proposal. There is language in both bills that I think would at least give the auto manufacturers reason comment. They might even make a public show of helping to craft this legislation, if for no other reason than to avoid looking like the bad guys in this so called “battle.” But where are they? Why have the auto manufacturers not even commented about R2R?

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