The monthly “SEMA Industry Indicators” report provides information about movements in the broader economy and how they may impact business strategies.
The open meeting is a great opportunity to learn about HRIA’s latest initiatives and find out how to get more involved with the council and the hot-rod industry at large.
The call will provide an opportunity to review SBN initiatives and discuss opportunities for members to get more involved in the group’s programs.
During the YEN Live Chat, participants can ask Snail Performance Global Time Attack driver Sally McNulty questions about the industry.
On the agenda is a live stream with SEMA Washington, D.C., staff to discuss the current state of tariffs, a live demo on the impact of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and planning for the year ahead.
SEMA-model legislation (H.B. 4047) has been introduced by West Virginia Delegate Gary Howell to permit automotive collecting activities on residential property if the vehicles are kept out of ordinary public view.
Legislation (H.B. 2420) has been introduced in Kansas to allow for the registration and on-road use of surplus military vehicles.
A version of SEMA-model legislation (A.B. 128) has been introduced in New Jersey to create vehicle registration classifications for street rods and custom vehicles.
The proceeds from the record-setting auction benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.
The 2020 SEMA Show takes place Tuesday–Friday, November 3–6, in Las Vegas.