LocalCircles Impact: Right to Repair to be introduced in India
Thanks to all the members who since 2016 have been raising the need for better after sale services in India. After multiple submissions by LocalCircles, the Government has agreed to bring the Right to Repair framework in India which ones in action will greatly reduce consumer grievances and reduce waste generation. Below is the link to the recent study focused on gadgets and whitegoods. Do review and share and if you have experiences, ideas, please comment.
We look forward to your inputs!Why India wants Right to Repair more
Where ever Economic Repair is possible, it must be repaired, and repair agencies must give full support. This will reduce load on the owner and will also reduce waste creation. more
Is it possible its a Question mark because the availibility of parts even in service centre is rare. and service centre instead of arrangeing parts through the advice for new model stating that company stopped the production of old version. more
Very good... I Request that this forum should also do the same for privately owned 10 year old diesel cars ... It's absolutely absurd that the authorities have taken an arbitrary decision and issued a blanket ban in this regard. The Retired senior citizens who hardly use their cars should be given an extension on pollution test basis. The Ban should not be based upon the longevity but the fitness and used mileage of the car. more
10 year old diesel cars should be converted into electric cars. more