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North Carolina Street Rod and Custom Vehicle Bill Approved by Legislature; Moves to Governor for Signature

The House version of model legislation to create a vehicle registration classification for street rods, replicas and custom vehicles was approved by the North Carolina Senate.

SEMA SoCal Car Show Draws Muscle, Kustoms, Rods and Foose

Enthusiasts, car buffs and collectors came together at the inaugural SEMA Show 'N Shine car show, which drew musclecars, rods and trucks, European exotica and Japanese style.

Law and Order

Law and Order is an update of some of the most recent federal and state legislative and regulatory issues that could potentially impact the automotive specialty-equipment industry.

SEMA News - August 2009

LEGISLATIVE AND TECHNICAL AFFAIRS

By Steve McDonald

Law and Order

Law and Order is an update of some of the most recent federal and state legislative and regulatory issues that could potentially impact the automotive specialty-equipment industry. These include issues affecting small-business owners and their employees.

SEMA NEWS-AUGUST 2009-LAW AND ORDER

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Restoration Market Update

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In 2008, the restoration market held its ground and fended off economic troubles by sticking to its classic formulas. With the overall market shuddering in the wake of myriad disasters, enthusiasts looking to restore their automotive passion and collector cars came through decidedly.

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The Five Fundamentals of Successful Internet Marketing

In SEMA's July 16 webinar presentation, Brian Offenberger, CEO of the Aftermarketer Club, shared the five fundamentals for success with Internet marketing.

SEMA Opposes Request to Market Gasoline with 15% Ethanol

SEMA submitted comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) opposing an application to allow the ethanol content of gasoline to increase to 15% (from 10%).

Short-Term Cash for Clunkers Program Launched

The $1 billion vehicle scrappage program authorized under the “Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act” (CARS) began on July 24. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a rule on how the program will operate.
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