Michigan Governor Rick Snyder vetoed a bill that would have allowed for the registration of a “military surplus vehicle” as a “historic vehicle.”
The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) will exclude certain items from the 25% tariffs imposed last July 6 on $34 billion worth of products from China.
Legislation has been amended regarding how California law-enforcement officials may issue a citation for exhaust noise violations.
Legislation (H.B. 395) has been introduced in the New Hampshire House of Representatives to require the issuance of only a single license plate for all motor vehicles.
Legislation (H.B. 2338) was introduced in the West Virginia Assembly to provide antique military vehicles an exemption from the requirement to display license plates.
Legislation (H.B. 31) has been introduced that would ease the process for registering a “street rod” in Delaware.
The SEMA Show moved from Anaheim, California, to Las Vegas, Nevada, in 1977, long before the phrase “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” was coined. Las Vegas was the perfect location, providing room for the show to expand, world-class entertainment, and an exciting destination. Today, more than 70,000 buyers and 2,400 exhibitors from all over the world participate in the SEMA Show. While the SEMA Show happens in Las Vegas, the long-term business relationships developed there extend far beyond the city limits.
The Michigan legislature passed a bill to allow for the registration of a “military surplus vehicle” as a “historic vehicle.” The bill has been sent to Governor Rick Snyder for his approval.
Ohio Governor John Kasich signed into law a bill that defines unsafe used tires and prohibit their installation.
While SEMA supports the Administration’s efforts to create fair trade and protect intellectual property rights, the Association remains concerned that tariffs are not accomplishing this shared objective.