Several bills introduced in Hawaii in 2018 failed to pass both houses of the legislature prior to the adjournment of the session.
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Collector Car Appreciation Day (CCAD) will be celebrated this year on July 13.
A bill to allow for high-mobility multipurpose vehicles to be titled passed the House but died in the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation into law that allows for the attachment of a tow ball, bicycle rack, removable hitch or any other device designed to carry an object on the rear of a vehicle without violating the existing law that the rear license plate shall not be obstructed.
Gov. Hogan signed into law a bill to establish an off-highway vehicle (OHV) trail fund to maintain and construct trails for OHVs on land that is owned or leased by the Department of Natural Resources.
The Louisiana legislature passed a bill to allow for the registration and operation of military surplus motor vehicles.
SEMA-supported legislation (HR 5855) has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives that would expand the current warning label required on gas pumps dispensing E15.
The Louisiana Senate passed a bill that would allow for the registration and operation of military surplus motor vehicles.
The state of Mississippi passed a Senate Concurrent Resolution (S.C.R. 649) completing legislative action and officially designating July 13, 2018, as Collector Car Appreciation Day in the state.
A bill has been approved by the Michigan legislature to allow for the attachment of a tow ball, bicycle rack, removable hitch or any other device designed to carry an object on the rear of a vehicle even if it obstructs the rear license plate.