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SEMA Tells NHTSA to Quit Stalling Replica Vehicle Production

WASHINGTON, DC (November 1, 2018) – The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that it is prepared to challenge the agency in court if it fails to take immediate action to implement the low volume replica car law. Under the 2015 law spearheaded by SEMA, small automakers (5,000 or fewer vehicles produced globally) may sell up to 325 turn-key replica cars a year in the U.S., vehicles that resemble classic cars produced at least 25 years ago. 

Time-Saving Transportation Available to All SEMA Show Attendees

DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Oct. 26, 2018) -- SEMA Showgoers have several time-saving and efficient options for getting to the SEMA Show each day. While construction at the Las Vegas Convention Center has resulted in limited parking, alternative options such as the Las Vegas Monorail, hotel shuttles, taxis and Uber/Lyft are all readily available and easy to use.  “We highly recommend Showgoers plan ahead and not drive to the Convention Center,” said SEMA Vice President of Events and Business Development Peter MacGillivray. “There are many great alternatives that are affordable and easy to use, and will make the SEMA Show experience much more enjoyable.” The following transportation options are available to all SEMA Showgoers:

Time-saving Transportation Available to All SEMA Show Attendees

DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Oct. 26, 2018) -- SEMA Showgoers have several time-saving and efficient options for getting to the SEMA Show each day. While construction at the Las Vegas Convention Center has resulted in limited parking, alternative options such as the Las Vegas Monorail, hotel shuttles, taxis and Uber/Lyft are all readily available and easy to use.

New Study Shows How 16-24-Year-Olds Drive and Accessorize Their Cars

DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Oct. 22, 2018) – Does the generation that grew up with cell phones and connects with friends and celebrities from all over the world still have the need and desire to drive cars? What percentage of youth would rather give up their phone over their car?  These questions and more are answered in the new 2018 SEMA Young Accessorizers Report. The research report was developed to help automotive parts companies understand how to connect with and provide products for this emerging consumer group.

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