UPDATE: Texas Assembled Vehicles Legislation Scheduled for April 10th Vote
DON’T DELAY! Please Contact the Texas House of Representatives to Request Their Support for H.B. 1755:
Afterward, contact your specific legislator in the Texas House (STATE-LEVEL ONLY) using the lookup tool at the following link; include your full address—this information will not be saved. In your message, indicate that you are a constituent:
You may use the following points in your message:
- Please vote “YES” on H.B. 1755.
- H.B. 1755 creates a specific registration and titling class for assembled vehicles, including kit cars, custom vehicles and street rods, replica cars and dune buggies.
- H.B. 1755 provides that the new class of assembled vehicles will be subject to inspection by an ASE certified Master Technician for basic equipment including the chassis, tires, wheel assembly, brake system, steering system and lighting equipment among other items.
Overview: Legislation (H.B. 1755) has been introduced to create a specific registration and titling class for assembled vehicles, including kit cars and dune buggies. The bill will provide guidance to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles on how to treat such vehicles. Currently, there is no specific registration and titling class for certain assembled vehicles such as dune buggies. The House Transportation Committee passed the bill unanimously and it is now scheduled for a House floor vote on Wednesday, April 10.