Inspired to drive innovation
Fostering safe, sustainable, affordable mobility across Europe
As the automotive aftermarket leader, we’re committed to helping our customers, investors, business partners, employees and their families understand the long-term social and environmental impact the actions of businesses have on society. Leading with integrity means we act responsibly. We continually work to balance economic efficiency, uphold social responsibility and shape the automotive aftermarket for the better.
Enabling customer choice. Always.
Fair competition between vehicle manufacturers (OEMs), service networks and independent aftermarket (IAM) players are prerequisites for consumer choice in the Automotive Aftermarket. Therefore, an aftermarket monopoly should not be permitted to emerge when vehicle manufacturers erect proprietary barriers. Importantly, vehicle owners, not manufacturers, should decide who has access to their vehicle data. At LKQ Europe, we strive to ensure our consumer always has the autonomy to choose preferred service partners
Fair and transparent competition
Fair competition in Europe includes the Motor Vehicle Block Exemption Regulation (MVBER), which empowers customers and vehicle owners to freely choose dealers, service and repair shops, and spare parts. The existing MVBER expires in May 2023 and is currently being revised. To date, the MVBER has made an exemplary contribution to competition and benefited European customers. The new version intends to further strengthen competition.