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ASA asks shops to contact US reps to join new Vehicle Data Access Caucus

The Vehicle Data Access Caucus will be essential in addressing critical data-access concerns for independent repairers

Washington, D.C.—The Automotive Service Association (ASA) is asking shops to send a letter to their U.S. House of Representatives members encouraging them to join the newly established Vehicle Data Caucus. The U.S. House of Representatives Vehicle Data Caucus is a bipartisan group formed by U.S. Congressman Earl “Buddy” Carter (R-GA) to address the issue of vehicle data access.

Rep. Carter is a member of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee, which will have jurisdiction for the vehicle data access issue. However, caucus membership is open to all members of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Send a letter to your representative using this link.

Vehicle data access is an important issue for independent repairers that rely on accessing vehicle data to repair their customers’ vehicles safely and effectively. The Vehicle Data Access Caucus will be essential in addressing critical data-access concerns.

Send a letter to your representative using this link.

“The Vehicle Data Access Caucus represents an opportunity to establish national policy on an issue impacting the daily lives of shops across the U.S.,” said Fred Hules II, ASA Board Chairman. “Independent repair shops conduct 70 percent of post-warranty repairs, and it is critical that independent repair shops continue to have access to the vehicle data they need to service these cars.”

ASA is encouraging shops to send a letter to their representatives urging them to join the Vehicle Data Access Caucus. A national, bipartisan solution for this issue is essential to ensure that independent repair shops have the vehicle data necessary for the repair of their customers vehicles.

Send a letter to your representative using this link.

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