SEMA has joined with the Association of California Car Clubs and other state enthusiast groups to support legislation that would establish the California Legacy License Plate Program. Under the bill, the DMV would create and issue a series of specialized license plates that replicate plates from the state's past. Currently, classic car owners can only revive well-maintained old plates that match the vintage of their vehicle. Senate amendments to the bill were just approved by the Assembly in a unanimous vote and the bill now moves to Governor Jerry Brown for his signature and enactment into law.
Law & Order
California State Parks Says No New Dust Mitigation Measures Needed at Oceano Dunes
August 18, 2022 | Vol. 25, No. 33View Article