Subcommittee members and others expressed enthusiastic support for the legislation.
If the proposal sees the light of day, it would limit the scope of the Massachusetts data-access law.
This year, the spotlight shines on an ultra-rare 2002 Lincoln Blackwood as it embarks on a historic journey.
MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers called the agreement “a step in the right direction” but asserted that the pact “falls short of all the protections necessary to ensure consumer choice now and into the future for all parties.”
The Berkshire Eagle, which endorsed the data-access measure in 2020, is skeptical of NHTSA’s cybersecurity concerns.
NHTSA asserted that the Massachusetts law “conflicts with and therefore is preempted by” federal law.
A Boston Globe editorial suggests that the state Legislature “might be able to break the stalemate.”
SEMA estimates that sales growth will remain fairly flat in 2023.
The 2023 Joint Channel Forecast report provides valuable insights and strategic guidance for the automotive aftermarket.
The automakers had asked the judge for a temporary restraining order to block enforcement of the law.
James O’Dell has served as the business development manager for Fisher Auto Parts in Ann Arbor, Michigan, since 2019.
Right to Repair “is a bipartisan issue that impacts every consumer, household and farm in a time of increasing inflation.”