BRUSSELS, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Rules aimed at helping consumers get more choice when buying a car come into force on October 1, the European Commission said on Monday, even though full implementation will be gradual. The new rules will allow dealers to sell more than one brand in the same showroom and force manufacturers to supply spare parts and tools to independent repair shops. Car makers have a one-year transition period to adapt to the new rules after they come into force. Also, a ...
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