Legislation to allow registration of former military vehicles as special-interest vehicles has been approved by the Hawaii Senate and the House Finance Committee.
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Several bills introduced in Wisconsin in 2018 are now dead as they failed to pass before the legislative deadline for action.
Governor Jim Justice signed into law legislation that allows for personalized license plates on antique vehicles.
Governor Butch Otter signed into law legislation that allows a vehicle built for the U.S. Armed Forces to be registered and operated on public highways in Idaho, even if such a vehicle does not meet federal motor vehicle safety standards.
Two Hawaii Senate Committees have passed a resolution seeking construction of a new race track facility on the island of Oahu.
Last week, the budget committees in the California Legislature voted to provide more staff to the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) Aftermarket Parts Division.
A bill has been introduced in Wisconsin that would allow half-track former military vehicles to be registered as special-interest vehicles.
Governor Gary Hebert signed pro-hobby legislation into a law.
Governor Gary Herbert signed into law pro-hobby legislation to increase funds used for off-highway vehicle (OHV) infrastructure.
Governor Dennis Daugaard signed into law a bill that increases the mileage limitation for special-interest vehicles from 6,000 to 7,500 miles per year, along with the option of putting personalized plates on the vehicles.