Legislation has been introduced in the Washington Senate to allow for personalized license plates for collector vehicles.
Government Affairs News
Virginia lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow qualifying military vehicles to be registered and operated on public roadways as “antiques.”
Utah lawmakers are considering a bill to align off-highway vehicle (OHV) registration fees with the areas of impact and required services.
Governor Dennis Daugaard signed into law a bill allowing historic vehicles to display a single license plate.
Legislation requiring plates on the front and back of all motor vehicles died when the legislature adjourned.
The U.S. Department of Commerce recommended that President Trump impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, citing a potential dependence on foreign sources for these critical materials poses a threat to national security.
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Legislation to create a two-year pilot program allowing all-terrain or recreational vehicles in Cabwaylingo State Forest is pending consideration by the Senate Committee on Natural Resources.
Legislation to amend the law for historic vehicles to allow for a single plate has been passed by the House and Senate and sent to the Governor for signature.
A bill has been introduced that allows for the titling of a military High-Mobility Multipurpose Vehicle (HMMWV or Humvee).
A bill has been introduced in New Mexico to require registration plates on the front and back of all motor vehicles.
Legislation was introduced in the Maryland Senate to require new-car dealers to provide purchasers a written statement declaring it illegal for manufacturers or dealers to void a warranty or deny coverage simply because aftermarket or recycled parts had been installed or someone other than the dealer had serviced the vehicle.
Legislation allowing three or more contiguous counties to form regional recreation authorities to establish new recreational trail systems was approved by the West Virginia Senate and sent to the House.
Two license plate bills have been introduced in the South Dakota House of Representatives.
A bill has been introduced in the Maryland Senate to establish a permanent Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trail fund for the purpose of maintaining and constructing OHV trails on land owned or leased by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
A bill was introduced to eliminate a recent requirement that $833,000 collected from off-highway vehicle (OHV) taxes and fees be transferred to the state of California’s general fund rather deposited into the Off-Highway Vehicle Fund.
The RPM Act of 2017 needs your support.
Federal Recreation Advisory Committee: U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced the creation of a Recreation Advisory Committee to help improve visitor experiences on public lands.
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In case you missed the January 9 free webinar on how the new tax law will impact small businesses, their owners and employees, you have a second chance.
Legislation was introduced to create a special registration plate for fullsize special-purpose off-road vehicles, self-assembled or modified original-equipment manufactured vehicles, that would give them the same limited access to roads as all-terrain vehicles.
A bill was introduced that allows for window tinting as long as it meets the minimum standard of 25% light transmittance.
Legislation was introduced to extend the inspection exemption for new cars from two to five years from the date of purchase.
Legislation that adopts the SEMA-model legislation that would allow the use, sale, alteration or installation of car mufflers that meet a 95-decibel noise limit was introduced.