Legislation to eliminate the requirement that roof-mounted off-road light bars be covered when vehicles are operated on roads and highways was reintroduced.
Legislation has been introduced to require that the state create and publicly post a list of state-managed areas where the operation of off-highway vehicles (OHVs) by the public is permitted.
…Without Passage of the RPM Act.
The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate passed a resolution to overturn a regulation which effectively allowed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to cite companies that failed to record work-related injuries and illnesses during the five-year retention period.
Legislation to create a special procedure for a person in possession of an abandoned antique vehicle to apply for and receive title to the vehicle was approved by the West Virginia House.
Legislation to empower two or more contiguous counties to form regional recreation authorities to establish new recreational trail systems and recreation-management programs tailored to the needs of their communities was approved by the West Virginia Senate.
Legislation has been introduced in Rhode Island to require owners of antique motor vehicles to register them at an increased annual fee based upon the vehicle’s weight.
Legislation to provide for the issuance of a single rear-mounted license plate for certain motor vehicles was approved by the Montana Senate.
SEMA has joined with the California Chamber of Commerce and several other groups representing businesses and manufacturers to oppose California bill S.B. 258, the “Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017.”
As the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act builds momentum in Washington, D.C., it’s up to the race community and industry to continue the energy and rally customers, employees, followers and friends to take action and tell Congress to save our racecars.