We’d like to bring attention to (if you’re not already aware of) “The Right to Repair Bill.”

“Right to repair legislation is directed at the ability of consumers to repair their own products instead of going back to the original manufacturer for service. Right to repair legislation includes bills addressing specific products, like wheelchairs, and those targeting broader categories, such as medical, digital or agricultural equipment. The measures often include language on what tools, parts, software or instructions manufacturers should provide to independent repairers or product owners so they may repair the products they own.” – National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL)

In other words, right to repair laws make it easier for people to fix their own stuff by making sure they can get the tools, parts, and instructions they need. They require manufacturers to give access to what’s needed for repairs, either to the product owners themselves or to local repair shops.


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