UPDATE: Don’t Wait—Please Comment on New Mexico's Proposed Clean Car Plan
Overview: The New Mexico Environment Department has proposed requiring that 80% of new vehicles sold in the state be zero-emissions vehicles (ZEV) by 2032. This new direction raises concerns about consumer choice, affordability, and the future of the automotive aftermarket industry.
New Mexico's proposed automotive regulations could severely impact your ability to choose the vehicles you love. Act now to oppose this restrictive proposal, preserving your right to diverse automotive options.
DON’T DELAY! Make your voice heard by submitting comments to the state by November 13, 2023.