Following the news in West Virginia last week, South Dakota is the latest state to introduce this legislation
Pierre, S.D.—South Dakota has introduced SEMA-supported legislation that would prevent any county or city in the state from limiting access to internal combustion engines (ICE) and related technology. The bill awaits consideration by the House Local Government Committee.
Following the news in West Virginia last week, South Dakota is the latest state to introduce this legislation in the 2024 state legislative sessions, states SEMA. Several other states (Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and North Carolina) have previously passed similar legislation and resolutions in a positive update for the industry.
For more information, contact Colby Martin at SAN@sema.org.