Another 16 members of the United States Congress have signed on to support the REPAIR Act (H.R. 906), which aims to provide freedom for consumers to choose where to have their vehicles worked on, according to the Auto Care Association.
The bill was first introduced by Congressman Neal Dunn (R-FL), Congressman Brendan Boyle (D-PA), Congressman Warren Davidson (R-OH), and Congresswoman Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D-WA). It is currently the only bill that addresses restrictions on vehicle maintenance and repair and includes heavy-duty vehicles used for freight transport.
Eight members of Congress signed on in support of the bill in April. Recently, another 16 bipartisan members have signed on, bringing the total of supporters to 28.
The new supporters of the bill have been recognized and thanked by the Auto Care Association, MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers, CAR Coalition, and SEMA.