September 9, 2022
via the SEMA Action Network:
Overview: California has introduced a SAN-supported resolution (A.C.R. 176) celebrating the history and culture associated with automobile cruising. This resolution encourages local officials and law enforcement to work with local car clubs to conduct safe cruising events. Highlighting the automotive community’s positive spirit and cultural contributions, the proposal recognizes the vital roles of legendary cruising strips and car club activities spanning the state. The resolution passed the House and now awaits consideration before the full Senate. Remind lawmakers of the automotive hobby’s importance to California—as well as American society—by respectfully voicing support for this effort and requesting further action.
A.C.R. 176 celebrates the history and culture associated with automobile cruising. This resolution encourages local officials and law enforcement to work with local car clubs to conduct safe cruising events.
A.C.R. 176 endorses the important economic and civic value that car clubs and the automotive hobby provide to the state.
A.C.R. 176 seeks to reward automotive enthusiasts and continue expanding opportunities for prized lowriders, vintage vehicles, and customs to be enjoyed.
A.C.R. 176 recognizes that the collection and restoration of vintage and custom vehicles is an important part of preserving the technological achievements and cultural heritage of California as well as the United States.