Legislation that would amend the state’s current law governing historic motor vehicles to permit their use for pleasure driving one day per week has been reintroduced in the New Jersey State Assembly.
Legislation to exempt rare or historically significant vehicles from emissions-control requirements was approved by the Legislature.
Legislation to allow a camping or fifth-wheel trailer more than 25 years old to be permanently registered for a $25 fee was approved by the Missouri House.
Legislation that originally appeared to subject historic vehicles of model-year ’86 and later to undergo periodic safety inspections was approved by the Maryland Senate.
Legislation to require the Air Resources Board to expand the state’s program for the retirement and replacement of older passenger vehicles and light- and medium-duty trucks was approved by the Assembly Transportation Committee.
Legislation to expand the authorization of year-of-manufacture license plates to include owners of ’80 or older model-year vehicles will be considered by the California Senate Transportation and Housing Committee.
Legislation to require new-car dealers to provide purchasers a written statement declaring it is illegal for manufacturers or dealers to void a warranty or deny coverage because aftermarket or recycled parts were installed or because someone other than the dealer performed service will be considered by the Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection.
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SEMA recently submitted additional comments to the EPA urging the agency to withdraw its proposed rule that prohibits the conversion of street cars into vehicles used solely for competition.
The online magazine reports that the battle against the proposed changes to the Clean Air Act has taken a new turn.