Law & Order

SEMA Amends, Improves Mississippi Nitrous Oxide Bill

Legislation that originally sought to prohibit public road use of a motor vehicle equipped to supply the engine with nitrous oxide was approved by the Mississippi Legislature and sent to the governor for his signature and enactment into law. The bill was amended by SEMA with the support of the Mississippi State Troopers Association to better protect public road safety while ensuring legitimate off-road uses of nitrous-oxide systems.

Under the amendment, a nitrous-oxide delivery system can be installed on a vehicle if made inoperative by disconnecting the feed line or removing the canisters while the vehicle is being operated on public roads.

For details, contact Steve McDonald.