Law & Order

SAN Driving Force Newsletter Goes Fully Digital

By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff

Through the SEMA Action Network (SAN), SEMA members and enthusiasts have played a critical role in defending the industry from government overreach for more than two decades. Since 1997, the award-winning Driving Force publication has identified pending legislative and regulatory issues—along with spotlighting lawmaker allies—to keep enthusiasts nationwide informed through the SAN.

After careful consideration, the decision has been made to discontinue publication of a printed edition of Driving Force and instead focus on delivering a fully digital experience. Existing subscribers with current email addresses will continue receiving the Driving Force Online to their inbox. Print-only subscribers and others not receiving updates online may submit their email address for free, ongoing delivery.  

The SAN website contains a full archive of articles appearing in the newsletter as well as access to additional no-cost grassroots advocacy tools—including the tag-and-title toolbox, 50-state license plate resource and new multimedia lobbying guide.

While there, sign-up to stay informed on issues in your region by subscribing: