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Right To Repair demands three-point pledge to protect aftermarket

Published:  16 October, 2007

THE Right To Repair Campaign has been launched across Europe with a stark warning about the future of the independent sector.

For vehicle manufacturers to fully comply with the provisions of the Block Exemption Regulations.

For vehicle manufacturers to make available the information needed by manufacturers of diagnostic tools.

For European law-makers to renew and improve Block Exemption Regulations.

The UK arm of the Right To Repair Campaign and its associated activities will be officially launched on October 30th.

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