Engine Repower Council Backs Right to Repair Act

The Engine Repower Council strongly supports the Motor Vehicle Owners’ Right to Repair Act (S 3181/HR 2057) to protect each motorist’s right to patronize the auto repair facility of their choice.

The Right to Repair Act simply ensures that vehicle owners and their trusted repair shops have access to all the information necessary to accurately repair, repower or reprogram today’s modern vehicles. Without complete access to critical safety and repair information, motorists will be forced back to the dealer for service, which may not be convenient or easily accessible to the car owner.  Right to Repair would not require car manufacturers to disclosure their trade secrets and would not affect the dealer’s warranty agreement.


Engine repowering is an excellent option for many motorists because it extends the life of a vehicle and is good for the environment and the pocketbook.  The Right to Repair Act fosters a competitive automotive repair industry where car owners, not car companies, decide who repowers or repairs their vehicles.

The Right to Repair Act has growing bipartisan support in both chambers of Congress. Please send a letter urging your members of Congress to support the Right to Repair Act by visiting www.righttorepair.org.

Ken Carter
Engine Repower Council
Bethesda, MD

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