Cars have become more and more "computers on wheels". While technological innovations provide better emissions control as well as more safety and comfort, they have made it increasingly challenging to service or repair a vehicle.
Effective access to technical information, multi-brand diagnostic tools and test equipment, spare parts and training is crucial for the independent automotive aftermarket to provide 280 million motorists in the EU & TR with the quality services and parts they deserve for the aftermarket care of their vehicles.
As European legislation plays a decisive role in determining the framework of an environment driven by competition, it is the aim of the Right to Repair Campaign to inform national and European policy makers about the contribution that the multi-brand automotive aftermarket brings to the EU’s economy and society.
To improve the visibility and to secure the future of this vitally important sector, the Right to Repair Campaign gathers a wide range of aftermarket stakeholders and motorist consumers’ representatives to defend not only their very right to repair but most importantly, consumers’ right to have their vehicles serviced, maintained and repaired at a workshop of their choice.