The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) will accept tariff exclusion requests on October 31 for Chinese imports subject to 15% tariffs (List 4) that began on September 1.
Law & Order
Previously, only vehicles that were at least 35 years from the date of manufacture were eligible for antique tags.
California Assembly Member Timothy Grayson was introduced as the winner of the Stephen B. McDonald Legislator of the Year award at the 2019 SEMA Show.
The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) granted exclusion for 36 products contained in List 3 Chinese imports subject to 25% tariffs.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is seeking public comment on whether to give automakers the option of installing camera monitoring systems in place of outside and inside rearview mirrors.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the “Corporate Transparency Act of 2019” (H.R. 2513), a bill that would impose new reporting requirements on small businesses in an effort to gather information about the beneficial owners of small companies and prevent bad actors from using shell companies to break the law.
Visit the “Save the Salt Booth” in the Central Hall (#24099) of the 2019 SEMA Show and see the spectacular “Salt Shark” streamliner.
This bipartisan bill protects Americans’ right to convert street vehicles into dedicated racecars and the motorsports parts industry’s right to sell products that enable racers to compete.
The United States agreed to postpone a tariff increase from 25% to 30% on $250 billion worth of Chinese imports that was scheduled to take effect on October 15.
Legislation (H.B. 100) in North Carolina to lower the age of vehicles eligible for an antique license plate to 30 years old passed the legislature and now goes to Governor Roy Cooper for approval.