THE SAN Is Looking Out for You

SEMA News—August 2014

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THE SAN Is Looking Out for You

The SEMA Action Network (SAN) seeks to protect the automotive hobby by bringing together the specialty-equipment industry and the enthusiast community. To achieve this objective, the SAN is involved in many different projects and initiatives. The group participates in events such as the annual Collector Car Appreciation Day and the Hot Rod Power Tour. In addition, the SAN ensures that its members are aware of relevant legislation on both the state and federal levels through its award-winning Driving Force newsletter. Below are a few recent news articles that highlight SAN activities.

To learn more about the SAN or to receive its newsletter and e-mail updates, sign up free of charge and obligation at www.SEMAsan.com.

 

HotRod.com

The auto enthusiast publication Hot Rod reported that Collector Car Appreciation Day is a national event that celebrates the collection and restoration of classic cars.

The auto enthusiast publication Hot Rod reported that Collector Car Appreciation Day is a national event that celebrates the collection and restoration of classic cars.

Auto clubs have been hosting events on the second Friday in July since 2010. SAN always hosts a celebration at SEMA headquarters in Diamond Bar, California. In addition, the SAN requests a special Senate resolution every year to officially commemorate the event.

Offroadextreme.com

Offroadextreme details the state and federal legislation that SEMA is currently monitoring.

Offroadextreme details the state and federal legislation that SEMA is currently monitoring.

The publication also links to the SAN website, which provides a complete roundup of all the laws that are being monitored that could impact the automotive industry and the aftermarket, in particular. Topics of discussion include such issues as license plates and emissions.

TireBusiness.com
This automotive trade publication noted that SEMA had been monitoring legislation in Minnesota that would have established a pilot program to introduce a vehicle mileage fee.

This automotive trade publication noted that SEMA had been monitoring legislation in Minnesota that would have established a pilot program to introduce a vehicle mileage fee.

SEMA opposed the legislation, which died when the state legislature completed its yearly session.

 

Old Cars Weekly

The editors of Truckin’ also weighed in on their favorite new products, highlighting truck parts and tools.The SAN newsletter Driving Force was again honored with a Golden Quill award from Old Cars Weekly.

This newsletter keeps consumers updated on the latest legislation as well and provides a voice for auto enthusiasts to reach their elected representatives.

 

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