The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has just issued a proposed set of strict new federal emissions standards for all new cars, trucks, and SUVs starting in 2027.

While SEMA supports efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the concern is that these new guidelines may stifle fuel technology innovation and give consumers less choices in the automotive marketplace. You can read more details on the proposed regulations and SEMA’s response here.

These standards are still being finalized and will require formal approval.

That’s where you come in.

Send a message to your elected officials and tell them you oppose the EPA’s new strict guidelines set to take effect in 2027.

Click the link below and you’ll be taken to a simple form that you can fill out and submit electronically to your local elected officials, telling them that you’re against the proposed set of new federal emissions standards.

Click Here to Contact Your Representatives.

(There’s a field on that form that you can personalize too, so you can explain exactly how the EPA’s proposed guidelines will affect you, whether it’s professionally or simply as a passionate automotive enthusiast.)