By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff
The California legislature failed to pass bipartisan SEMA-sponsored legislation (A.B. 2350) that would have incentivized consumers to convert gasoline- and diesel-powered motor vehicles into zero-emissions vehicles (ZEV) prior to adjourning for 2022. If enacted, A.B. 2350 would have provided eligible motorists who convert their vehicle with a $2,000 rebate.
Despite unanimously passing five committees and the entire California Assembly, the bill was held by the Senate Appropriations Committee in the final days of the legislative session. SEMA looks forward to working with its allies in the legislature to pass a similar bill in 2023.
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