Law & Order

Auto Wire Report: California Looking to Restrict Travel for Classic Cars

By SEMA Editors

According to a recent report in The Auto Wire, the state of CaliforniaClassic is looking at instituting "zero-emissions zones," which would be similar to the Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ) seen in London's boroughs in the United Kingdom, with plate readers fining drivers for violations. 

The announcement aligns with California's net-zero carbon emissions goal set for 2045.

It was previously reported that the California Air Resources Board (CARB) was gathering information from car owners of classic cars (from model-year '78 or earlier) about how those builds are used and stored, where they're driven, and the amount of miles on the odometer.

Read the full report by Steven Symes on The Auto Wire.