The 2020 campaign season is nearing a close, and it is important that the men and women who make up the specialty automotive aftermarket make their voices heard on election day.
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The Virginia General Assembly passed SEMA-supported legislation (H.B. 5058/S.B. 5029) that would change how certain traffic infractions are enforced, including suspected exhaust noise violations.
Campaign season this year has been forced to take on a unique look as not even the presidential election has been able to escape the ongoing changes of a COVID-world.
The Virginia Senate introduced SEMA-supported legislation (S.B. 5029), which includes provisions that would change certain traffic infractions from primary to secondary offenses.
When it comes to the collector-vehicle market, military vehicles are not what first spring to mind. The notion of rides originally mass produced to aid the armed forces becoming collector’s items may seem rather strange. However, countless examples were manufactured by popular automakers such as the Big Three, whose iconic offerings are coveted to this day by brand loyalists. While getting one’s hands on one of those prized vehicles may be tough, titling and registering them for street use is often tougher.
Protecting the automotive hobby’s faithful from unreasonable restrictions is always good for business. Nationwide, states are constantly wrenching with America’s car laws. Some states seek to promote the growth of the collector-car community, while others hope to stop it in its tracks.
SEMA secures companion resolutions from U.S. Congress recognizing July 10th as Collector Car Appreciation Day.
Collector Car Appreciation Day (CCAD) will be celebrated this year on July 10.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf issued updated business guidance allowing outdoor recreation facilities, including motorsports, to resume operation in the state.
The New Mexico Motorsports Coalition (NMMC) has submitted a SEMA-supported plan to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham that would allow motorsports to safely resume statewide.