California enacts Right to Repair Act

The US state of California has passed its Right to Repair Act (SB244) and will now require manufacturers to provide spare parts, tools and documentation for electronic devices priced above $100 for up to 7 years after their production date. The new bill was signed by California Governor Gavin Newsom and is effective from July 1, 2024. Electronic devices priced under $100 will only need to have the aforementioned tools and manual for 3 years after their date of production.

The new law covers all electronic and appliance products that cost over $50 and sold in California after July 1,…

​ The US state of California has passed its Right to Repair Act (SB244) and will now require manufacturers to provide spare parts, tools and documentation for electronic devices priced above $100 for up to 7 years after their production date. The new bill was signed by California Governor Gavin Newsom and is effective from July 1, 2024. Electronic devices priced under $100 will only need to have the aforementioned tools and manual for 3 years after their date of production.

The new law covers all electronic and appliance products that cost over $50 and sold in California after July 1,…   Read More GSMArena.com – Latest articles 

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