Legislation has been prefiled in Missouri to exempt from sales tax vehicles at least 10 years old with a sales price under $15,000. A separate prefiled bill provides for the parking of unlicensed vehicles on private property if the vehicle is parked within the boundaries of the property, is parked on a surface generally considered to be suitable for parking and is not supported by any device other than its own wheels and tires, except for the limited purpose of repairing the vehicle for a period not to exceed 72 hours.
SEMA Government Affairs
SEMA is supporting Capitol Hill allies on legislation that will clearly exempt from the Clean Air Act street vehicles converted to racecars for competition-only use.
A new law championed by SEMA and industry-friendly lawmakers in Congress has made it easier to manufacture replica cars in the United States.
Through a variety of programs initiated over the years, the industry has connected with some of the most important contacts: politicians.
Earlier this week SEMA issued a press release informing the public that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is aiming to make it illegal to convert automobiles originally designed for on-road use into race cars, even though such conversions have been done for decades.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is seeking public comment on ways to more quickly fix vehicles and motor-vehicle equipment that are subject to safety or defect recalls.
Leaders within the Utah Congressional Delegation released their draft Public Lands Initiative (PLI), a locally sourced legislative solution impacting more than 18 million acres of land in seven eastern and southern Utah counties.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) amended its fuel regulations to require more specific information be posted at the pump regarding the amount of ethanol that has been added to gasoline at levels above 10% (E10).
Legislation to exempt motor vehicles that are at least 10 years old from the state and local sales tax on the titling of motor vehicles has been introduced.
Legislation to allow a camping or fifth-wheel trailer more than 25 years old to be permanently registered for a $25 fee has been introduced.