The RPM Act of 2017 needs your support.
Legislation was introduced to allow a vehicle built for the United States Armed Forces to be registered and operated on public highways in Idaho, even if such vehicle does not meet federal motor vehicle safety standards.
Legislation was introduced to allow for window tinting if it meets a minimum standard of 35% light transmittance.
A bill was introduced that would amend the state’s current law governing historic motor vehicles to permit the use of these vehicles for occasional travel or pleasure driving, which is defined as not more than one day per week.
The Utah House of Representatives passed a bill to extend the emissions inspection exemption to vehicles that are model-year ’67 or older, as well as diesel vehicles ’97 or older.
The RPM Act needs your support.
In February, the U.S. Department of Commerce recommended that President Trump impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, reasoning that a dependence on foreign sources for these critical materials poses a threat to national security.
A bill has been introduced to extend the emissions inspection cycle from two years to four years for ’82 and newer model-year vehicles.
Utah lawmakers are considering a bill to align off-highway vehicle registration fees with the areas of impact and required services.
The Virginia House of Delegates passed a bill to allow military surplus off-highway vehicles to be registered as antiques.