SEMA’s new RPM Act letter urges Congressional action

sema-rpm-greenlightSEMA has drafted a new letter urging action on the RPM Act. The SEMA Action Network (SAN) is urging its membership and racing enthusiasts everywhere to send the new letter to federal elected officials today. Even if you have previously sent a letter, your voice is needed once again to ask for immediate congressional action to pass the bill this year.

SAN has been working to advance the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act, which clarifies that the Clean Air Act allows for the modification of motor vehicles for race use only and that making, selling and installing race products for this purpose is not unlawful. According to SAN, the RPM Act has garnered strong support in Congress, including 111 sponsors in the House and 25 in the Senate. SAN members, along with SEMA member companies, other impacted trade associations, and racing enthusiasts are working together to oppose the EPA action and support the legislation.

For a quick and easy way to send the new letter, visit www.sema.org/rpm and fill out your name and contact information.

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