We should be able to fix our stuff when it breaks. That means getting the companies who make our stuff, to give us the right to repair our stuff.
We should be able to fix our stuff when it breaks. We need easy access to the information, tools, resources and third party repair shops it takes to fix our cell phones, appliances, electronics and other equipment. That means working together to get the companies who make our stuff, to give us the right to repair our stuff. When they do, it will be better for the planet, better for our budgets, and things will work the way they are supposed to.
The Latest on Right to repair
Statement: FTC Takes Action Against Harley-Davidson and Westinghouse for “Illegally Restricting Customers’ Right to Repair.”
Examining Google’s repair track-record as shareholders call for change
Farmers just want to be able to fix their stuff. Tractor dealer consolidation is getting in the way.
PIRG hosts webinar with MythBusters’ Adam Savage on Right to Repair
Electronic waste is destroying the planet, but we can fix that
What is Right to Repair?
Deere in the Headlights II
Warranties in the Void II
OSPIRG’s 2021 Legislative Agenda
Apple corrects course on Right to Repair
The latest Right to Repair advocate? President Joe Biden.
From Main Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, people just want to fix their stuff.
STATEMENT: Biden plans executive order supporting Right to Repair
While broader action is possible, reports indicate that the Biden administration will at least call on the FTC to remove repair restrictions on farm equipment
Shareholders push back against Microsoft’s backwards stance on repair
As Microsoft joins the $2 trillion club, a shareholder group presses for Right to Repair
Right to Repair shows no signs of slowing down
From a win in the New York Senate, to a new bill in Congress: A roundup of news on Right to Repair