What is automotive right to repair?

Right to repair is the principle that a vehicle owner should have the ability and choice to service their vehicle anytime, anywhere, anyplace. Automakers agree and support numerous initiatives for seamless independent auto service and repair.

Automakers offer drivers a wide range of repair options – more than any other industry. In fact, automakers already and routinely make available to independent repair shops all the parts, service information and vehicle data needed to diagnose and repair a vehicle.

Automotive right to repair exists. Always has, always will.

Automakers created OEM1Stop for repair technicians to get repair information.


Competition is alive and well in the auto repair industry. The system is working.


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