Right to Repair designed to make service faster, more accessible to fleets

18 Jul 2016 7:50 AM | Deleted user

Anyone who’s ever parked an out-of-service truck in a repair bay scored a win late last year, as the independent aftermarket and dealers of competitive makes were finally granted access to formerly proprietary heavy-duty repair information as of Jan. 1 this year.  A year ago in September, Commercial Vehicle Solutions Network (CVSN) and the Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association (EMA), along with the Equipment and Tool Institute, the Auto Care Association, and Heavy Duty Aftermarket Canada, announced the signing of a Right to Repair Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on access to heavy-duty service information for late model trucks sold in the U.S. and Canada.  Read More.


  • 21 Apr 2020 8:33 AM | Anonymous
    I think it is because of the MOU that is allowing required freedom for all truck repairing services. I also got https://best-essay-writing.services/ for my help to write papers. New opportunities have been awarded to these repairing services which they should utilize to expand their business.
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