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Short Term EV Mandate Strategy

Friday, November 24, 2023 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The NADA recently sent a letter urging U.S. House members to vote in favor of H.R. 4821, the House Interior-Environment Appropriations bill, which includes a one-year limitation to stop the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from using funds to finalize or implement its unrealistic electric vehicle (EV) mandate that the fleet be 67.5% by 2032. H.R. 4821 passed the House on November 3.

 The inclusion of the “no funds shall” language was aided by the McClain letter, which urges Republican leadership to preserve the House language stopping these EV mandates and attempting to keep the provision in the final Fiscal Year 2024 funding bill. That letter currently has more than 200 signers by state (issue brief). There will also likely be a Democratic letter to discuss the problems with the EV mandate.  

Along the same line, the CATA has heard from a handful of its dealer members who signed on to an electronic petition that has been circulating urging the Biden administration to “tap the brakes” on the proposed EPA mandates. More than 1,000 dealers have signed the petition. Read and consider the petition here.

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