The Specialty Equipment Market Assn.. (SEMA) is celebrating the removal of old vehicle scrappage language from the "Energy Policy Act of 2002" by the U.S. Senate on March 13. SEMA says the provision would have created a U.S. Dept. of Energy bureaucracy to federally funded state-run scrappage programs for vehicles more than 15 years old. It also threatened the availability of older cars to automotive enthusiasts because it would have given people who turned in old vehicles for scrappage a ...
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