Tell Lawmakers to Stop the Environmental Protection Agency’s Attack on Internal Combustion Engines

Bills in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House are taking direct aim at the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) attack on the internal combustion engine. Over the next decade, the EPA is preparing to institute regulations that would compel over two-thirds of new vehicles to be electric by 2032.

The Choice in Automobile Retail Sales (CARS) Acts (S. 3094 & H.R. 4468) attempt to block the EPA from mandating the use of specific technology in new motor vehicles or issuing rules that result in limited availability of vehicles based upon the engine.

In the brief time since these bills were introduced, 33 U.S. Senators and 34 U.S. Representatives have signed on as cosponsors. Now is the time to act! To save the internal combustion engine, motorcyclists need to speak up to the folks in D.C.

Remember, these bills are like the Preserving Choice in Vehicle Purchases Acts (H.R. 1435 & S. 2090) but are focused instead on the federal government. While H.R. 1435 and S. 2090 are targeting states like California, which are trying to restrict internal combustion engines.

Even if you have answered the call to action on the Preserving Choice in Vehicle Purchases Act, you can and should support these two bills!

Click BOTH links listed below to reach BOTH of your Senators and your Representative!

To contact your Senators and ask them to support S. 3094, click here.

To contact your Representative and ask them to support H.R. 4468, click here.