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Canadian Government Bans Lead Wheel Balance Weights

The new Canadian law bans the manufacture and importation of wheel balance weights containing more than 0.1% of lead.

The Government of Canada passed legislation to prohibit the manufacture and importation of lead-based wheel balance weights as an extension of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) originally released in 1999, according to WEGMANN automotive.

A project that has been on-going since 2014 reached approval during the first session of the Canadian 2023 Parliament calendar and was posted to the Canada Gazette, Part II, Volume 157 on Feb. 15, 2023, thus becoming official, noted WEGMANN.

ATA Asks Congress for Realistic Emissions Timeline

ATA warns Americans will feel the trucking and supply chain impacts if the U.S. uses California’s timelines and targets.

Federal Right to Repair Bill Re-Introduced

MEMA and the Auto Care Association issued a call to action urging industry support.

President Biden: Consumers Deserve Right to Repair

The White House reaffirmed the President’s support for consumers’ right to repair products how and where they choose.

SEMA Sponsors ZEV Conversion Rebate Bill in California

The bill will offer eligible Californians a rebate of up to $2,000 to convert their gas-powered vehicle into a ZEV.

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Does the John Deere MOU Provide Hope for Right to Repair? 

Lisa Foshee, Auto Care Association SVP, Government Affairs and General Counsel, shares her thoughts on the matter.

SEMA Issues Status Update on RPM Act

Despite strong support, the 2021-’22 Congressional session is ending without passage of the RPM Act.

Congress Signals Support for Consumers’ Right to Repair

The CAR Coalition says promising progress has been made for congressional action in the coming year.

NTEA Supports Catalytic Converter Anti-Theft Legislation

The Preventing Auto Recycling Theft Act was introduced by U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Ron Wyden (D-OR).