United States Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) introduced the “Right to Equitable and Professional Auto Industry Repair (Repair) Act.” Rush says the legislation will ensure the preservation of consumer choice, a fair marketplace and the continued safe operation of the nation’s 288 million registered passenger and commercial motor vehicles, 70% of which are maintained by independent
The U.S. Supreme Court issued an order Jan. 13 blocking a federal vaccine mandate that would have required businesses with 100 or more employees to ensure that their employees are fully vaccinated or undergo regular testing and wear face masks. The mandate was originally issued in November by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
The USTMA says it has been engaged in the infrastructure discussions on Capitol Hill since May when the association first issued a letter to Congressional leadership to outline its priorities in an infrastructure package
Biden’s most recent executive order encourages the Federal Trade Commission to limit equipment manufacturers from restricting people’s ability to use independent repair shops or do DIY repairs.
The ITC determined that revoking 2015 duties on PLT tires imported from China would likely lead to “continuation or recurrence of material injury” in the foreseeable future.
Tire registration, COVID-19 relief and infrastructure funding were key issues highlighted on TIA’s radar.
SEMA says the governor’s order is expected to face numerous legal challenges from opponents.
Tire Review reached out to Rep. Scott Perry (R-Penn.) to gain his insights on coronavirus legislation, as well as issues affecting the automotive industry in an election year.
Tire Review’s Maddie Winer delves into how Right to Repair legislation affects your tire business, from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.
TIA says it is hopeful that a bipartisan, bicameral process will move forward to ensure a long-term bill will be signed into law.
The tax was set to take effect in 2022 and would have taxed some employer-sponsored plans.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association filed a petition in federal appellate court to require the government to allow replica car manufacturers to immediately begin production.