This November, voters in Massachusetts will decide whether independent auto repair businesses should be able to access telematics -- the real-time data collected by many newer cars that is available to manufacturers. Right-to-repair advocates say vehicle owners could otherwise be forced to go to dealerships for repairs, while opponents say the change could put poeple's data and safety at risk.
Mass. voters to decide on right-to-repair bill for cars
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