Committee Chairman Rep. David Scott (D-GA) emphasized the importance of not leaving rural America behind in the push to vehicle electrification.
S.B. 965 would allow companies to test self-driving vehicles on Pennsylvania highways without a driver available to take over in an emergency.
President Joe Biden recently signed the Executive Order on Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries and Jobs Through Federal Sustainability.
The Pennsylvania State Senate passed Senate Bill (S.B.) 777, a bill that would exempt vehicles five years and newer from the requirements of emissions inspections.
ASA believes this legislation would have a negative effect on the Pennsylvania vehicle emissions inspection and maintenance program.
A.B. 471, a measure that will expand the inspection of vehicle safety components and systems, was been signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom on Sept. 28.
House Bill 1111/Senate Bill 709 seeks to set a minimum reimbursement rate for auto body labor paid by insurers to Massachusetts claimants.
The CAR Coalition states that the SMART Act will expand consumer choice for crash parts, decrease costs to both drivers and insurers, and enhance competition in the auto parts market.
The ABPA says Nebraska Legislative Bill 602 will adversely affect Nebraska drivers by establishing a restriction against the use of alternative parts when OEM repair procedures are mandated.
The ABPA has opposed Washington House Bill 1428, which would establish a restriction against the use of alternative parts when OEM repair procedures are mandated.
The stimulus legislation includes $300 billion in funds to the Small Business Administration (SBA) for the reauthorization of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).