With summer nearing its end and fall just around the corner, I’m always paying closer attention to the political cycle, as November elections will be here before you know it. Of course, there are issues up in my neck of the woods that don’t concern the majority of our readers, but federally, there is one
S.B. 793 establishes consumer protections related to the repair or replacement of glass on ADAS-equipped vehicles.
SB 1083 would dictate use of OEM car parts for common repairs and limit access to more affordable aftermarket parts, the CAR Coalition says.
The REPAIR Act is the only bill that addresses vehicle maintenance and repair restrictions.
ASA thanks Texas shops for contacting their senators.
The Consumer Access to Repair Coalition applauds the action.
SMART Act joins REPAIR Act as first pair of Right to Repair bills introduced in 118th congress.
Passage of this legislation will enhance U.S. competitiveness and job creation, MEMA says.
If LB 782 were passed, consumers would be obligated to use newly manufactured OEM parts to repair their vehicles.
The new Canadian law bans the manufacture and importation of wheel balance weights containing more than 0.1% of lead.
The legislation will ensure the preservation of consumer choice, a fair marketplace, and the continued safe operation of the nation’s 292 million registered passenger and commercial motor vehicles.
The bill will offer eligible Californians a rebate of up to $2,000 to convert their gas-powered vehicle into a ZEV.