The provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick have once again declared the month of July as Automotive Heritage Month.
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Governor Gina Raimondo signed into law legislation allowing the issuance of courtesy registration plates to vehicles more than 25 years old.
Prince Edward Island’s Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Paula Biggar announced that July is once again being declared Automotive Heritage Month in the Province.
Rhode Island currently has four pending bills that would provide courtesy plates for automotive hobbyists.
The Michigan legislature passed several bills to create a more collaborative regulatory process at the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).
President Trump has directed the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) to investigate whether imported automobiles and auto parts pose a threat to America’s national security.
A bill to allow for the registration of a “military surplus vehicle” as a “historic vehicle” has been introduced and referred to the Senate Transportation Committee.
A bill to extend the length of the motor-vehicle emissions inspection cycle for ’82-and-newer model years from every two years to every four years died as the legislature adjourned.
Several bills introduced in Hawaii in 2018 failed to pass both houses of the legislature prior to the adjournment of the session.
Collector Car Appreciation Day (CCAD) will be celebrated this year on July 13.