R2RC

(redirected from Right to Repair Campaign)
AcronymDefinition
R2RCRight to Repair Campaign (created by independent automotive aftermarket; Europe)
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The Right to Repair Campaign has pledged to fight to protect drivers' choices.
Speaking at the campaign's official UK launch in London, spokesman Peter Coombes said: "The Right to Repair campaign focuses on consumer choice and effective competition in the automotive aftermarket, in order to give motorists continued choice over who will service and repair their vehicle, whilst at the same time protecting the livelihoods and sustainability of the independent aftermarket industry.
The Right to Repair Campaign (R2RC) is not a political organisation but exists to influence the decision makers on behalf of the motorist and on behalf of the 3.6 million jobs in the independent repair sector that exist across Europe.
Speaking at the campaign's official UK launch, spokesman Peter Coombes, said: "The Right to Repair campaign focuses on consumer choiceand effective competition in the automotive aftermarket, in order togive motorists continued choice over who will service and repair their vehicle, while at the same time protecting the livelihoods and sustainability of the independent aftermarket industry."
Speaking at the campaign's official UK launch in London, spokesman Peter Coombes, said: "The Right to Repair campaign focuses on consumer choice and effective competition in the automotive aftermarket, in order to give motorists continued choice over who will service and repair their vehicle, at the same time protecting the independent aftermarket industry.