QOTD: What Automotive-Related Policy Would You Like the Next Congress to Pursue?
The midterm elections were yesterday, and I’m thinking about politics. You probably are, too.
Like it or not, politics affects the automotive industry. While it’s still a bit unclear how the House and Senate will shake out, consider this an opportunity. If you could ask any politician who just got elected or reelected about the auto industry, what questions would you ask them about policy? What requests would you have for them?
What policies would you keep and what would you change?
This can extend down to the state and local levels, too.
For the sake of civility and our moderator’s sanity, please avoid partisan mudslinging. We’re asking for civil, intellectual discussion of policies that affect the automotive industry — fuel-economy regs, dealer-franchise laws, EV requirements, et cetera.
Ad hominem attacks and insults will not be tolerated. Oh, and stick to cars, please. There are other places to discuss, say, abortion or education.
That warning now clear, proceed. What say you, B and B?
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