URGENT: Send a Letter to EPA Opposing Proposed Vehicle Emissions Standards

DON’T DELAY!  Please sign a letter telling EPA that you oppose their efforts to use the vehicle emissions standards to phase out sales of ICE vehicles.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued proposed federal emissions standards for new motor vehicles model-years '27 to '32, which are intended to dramatically increase sales of electric vehicles (EVs) and will stifle fuel technology innovation.

The EPA estimates that 67% of new passenger vehicles sold in the U.S. would be EVs by 2032 under its proposed standards. SEMA has serious concerns with this proposal, which aggressively seeks to lower carbon emissions under timelines that effectively make electric vehicles the only option for automakers to meet its requirements. The proposal will reduce consumer choice for Americans looking to purchase new vehicles, and it will increase the cost of purchasing a new vehicle given the rising prices of EVs.

We need your help! Please sign a letter opposing the EPA’s proposal. Feel free to personalize the letter and explain how the agency’s push to an all-electric future will impact your interests.