Right to Repair
- Best Practice
Published August 09, 2022 by SAE Industry Technologies Consortia in United States
The Health-Ready Components and Systems (HRCS) Consortium developed this policy statement to provide guidance regarding the Right to Repair. These principles apply across all mobility sectors, irrespective of the underlying asset type.
Modern vehicles produce large amounts of data and are becoming increasingly complicated to repair. Right to Repair refers to the ability of private repair shops and owners to access vehicle data and service information required to effectively repair and maintain these vehicles. This statement is intended to clarify the rights of independent repair shops and owners and to review key issues relevant to this question.
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