Skip Question 1: Right to Repair is done. We all won!
This summer, interests on both sides of the Massachusetts Right to Repair issue agreed to a legislative solution that has since been passed by the State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Deval Patrick.
Right to Repair is law today.
The new Right to Repair law ensures a level playing field where all repair shops – independent and franchised dealer alike – can compete for your business based on reliable service at a fair price.
Consumers and independent repairers benefit because information and tools will always be made available for purchase. Automaker innovation, intellectual property and dealer investments are protected.
Why should you skip Question 1?
This agreement was reached and signed into law after the deadline to remove the issue from the ballot. You will see ‘Right to Repair’ appear as Question 1 on your ballot, but you can ignore it.
The best way to support the Right to Repair law already in place is to skip voting on Question 1 on November 6th.