California Assembly Bill (A.B.) 1824 was signed into law by then-Governor Jerry Brown in June of 2018 as part of the state’s budget process. The legislation amended how California law enforcement officials may issue a citation for exhaust noise violations.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) isn’t admitting it might have cheated on emissions tests, but it has agreed to pay an aggregate $800 million to consumers for errors in its software, which reduced the amount of nitrogen oxide emitted during emissions tests.
Another bill sponsored by SEMA recently passed the House and was introduced and read into the record in the Senate.
The RPM Act is still active in both Houses of Congress, although it appeared that to be in a “gathering backers/co-sponsors” stage until recently.
There’s been quite a lot of hoopla in automotive circles about the RPM Act. So, what is it? IS the RPM Act the only thing standing in the way of the EPA killing at least amateur/local track racing, or is it just a bunch of hoo-haw?
NASCAR veteran Tony Stewart’s hopes to see a wrongful death civil lawsuit come to terms recently blew up in smoke again.