At EDA we recognize that the Right to Repair legislation is an issue that could have a significant impact on dealers across the United States and Canada. Our position on this legislation states:
- EDA Supports legislation that protects consumers.
- EDA opposes legislation that allows the widespread release of proprietary equipment repair information to unqualified persons or entities which are not subject to uniform standards including training, safety, engineering, and environmental.
- Such legislation could facilitate conduct that would put equipment operators and third parties at risk and put dealerships that invest in training, safety, and liability coverage at an unfair disadvantage.
Josh Evans, EDA’s VP of Government Relations, chairs an industry working group on right to repair legislation, which includes participants from regional dealer associations, OEMs, nongovernment agencies, and like-minded trade associations. For more information, contact Josh at email@example.com or 636.349.6206.
ILLEGAL TAMPERING TOOLKIT INCLUDES:
A poster & flyer for your dealership that will educate your customers on illegal tampering.
Right to Repair Flyer (8.5 x 11)
Right to Repair Poster (18 x 24)
Listing of OEM Diagnostic Tools
Stock letter and talking points you and your employees can use to express your opposition to Illegal Tampering to legislators.
Short recorded training sessions you can share with your employees at a “lunch and learn” or as part of your weekly staff meetings.
The Clean Air Act and EPA: Why Does the Dealer Care?
New Engine Sales: Start the Documentation
Service and Parts: Where the Enforcement is Likely to Come
Trade-In or Resale
Dealer-Manufacturer Support of Customer Right to Repair
Engaging with Legislators