HELP WANTED—RPM Act Reintroduced to US Senate and Needs Your Support!

RPM Act Reintroduced to the US Senate

Time for action!  The RPM Act was reintroduced in the U.S. Senate for the current session of Congress.  The Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2019 (RPM Act) protects Americans’ right to modify street cars and motorcycles into dedicated race vehicles, along with industry’s right to sell the parts that enable racers to compete.

You may be one of the thousands of supporters who contacted your legislators about the RPM Act in a past session.  We appreciate your efforts and are in need of your support once again!  Tell your U.S. Senators to do their part to save racing from government threat by supporting and passing the RPM Act.

CLICK HERE TO SEND A LETTER TO YOUR SENATOR!

The link above makes it very easy for you to submit your name and an accurate letter showing your support for the RPM Act to your local Senators.

SEMA is most known for its trade-show in Las Vegas but its actions as a trade organization are extremely important, like having a legal office in Washington D.C. that runs a PAC group to help protect the automotive enthusiast market. Recently SEMA has sued the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for not following through on guidelines pertaining to limited production continuation/replica vehicle programs from low-volume manufacturers. Congress and the President signed the FAST Act into law back in 2015. These are just two examples of SEMA’s efforts in Washington D.C. to work with Senators and Congresspeople on protecting and promoting our rights as hot rodders and motorsport enthusiasts. For more information about SEMA and it benefits to the community, visit their website at www.SEMA.org!

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