Arkansas Bill Designating Permissible Use of Nitrous Signed Into Law

Working with Arkansas lawmakers, the SEMA Action Network (SAN) was successful in negotiating a compromise on legislation (H.B. 2086) that originally threatened to prohibit public road use of all passenger cars or motorcycles equipped to supply the engine with nitrous oxide. Originally written as an outright ban, the new law allows for nitrous systems as long as they are disconnected or the tanks removed when the vehicle is being driven on a public road. The SAN is especially indebted to former Arkansas state legislator Jerry Allison, Wayne Styles of Centerville Dragway and Jeb Burnett of Deep Freeze Cryogenics for their efforts in supporting the amendment.

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