ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The New Jersey Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee last week voted to pass The Motor Vehicle Owners’ Right to Repair Act, A-803. The measure, passed by a vote of three out of five, is sponsored by Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-Trenton).
New Jersey is one of several states that have been reviewing their own versions of the "Right to Repair Act." Other states include Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada and Oklahoma.
The legislation, if passed, would allow motorists to choose where, how and by whom to have their vehicles repaired, and even allow them to work on their vehicles themselves.