Vehicle supplier industry applauds bipartisan support of The Endless Frontier Act, major national competitiveness legislation.
AB 471 focuses on the protection of consumers and Current Bureau of Automotive Repair programs.
The new EVolve NY charging hubs will offer a total of 19 chargers at the five Mirabito sites.
TIA, ASA join other automotive associations in requesting disaster relief for small businesses.
ASA is urging WV repairers to contact legislators in opposition of the bill.
Local governments and environmental groups have hailed the signing of SB 1014 as cities grapple with growing impacts of Uber and Lyft.
Auto Care Association Applauds Congress For Passing Bipartisan Vocational Training And Education Bill
The bill reauthorizes the “Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act” and allocates $1.2 billion in state grants to fund vocational training at most schooling levels.
Senate Bill 1091 would have impacted sales tax collection and distribution of Arizona businesses by implementing a real-time remittance of transaction privilege tax.
The bill is now eligible for consideration by the entire Missouri House of Representatives.
Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, issued a statement in response to the Trump administration’s announcement to levy tariffs on goods imported from China.
The legislation, which establishes a regulatory framework for fully autonomous vehicles operating on American roads, contains an amendment sponsored by Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) and supported by the Auto Care Association that would create a federal advisory committee to provide recommendations to Congress on consumer control of vehicle data.
The two introduced bills are the latest in a recent series of legislation designed to dismantle or weaken a state’s safety inspection program, says ASA.