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May
10

Alliance comments on Colorado Air Quality Control Commission hearing on Zero Emission Vehicle Rule:

“Automakers are providing our customers with record-breaking choices in electric vehicle (EV) models. We want to sell these vehicles in large numbers, and to do that, a team approach is crucial. We produce the autos, and we need to work alongside dealers, utilities, providers of charging stations, environmental groups, finance companies, the state and others to put more EVs on […]

May
6

Alliance Brings Together Stakeholders to Discuss AV Accessibility

Washington, D.C. – Efforts to make vehicles more accessible to those with disabilities and older drivers came into renewed public focus Friday, when the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers brought together safety advocates, policymakers, and other stakeholders to discuss the potential that exists for expanded transportation access and mobility. In the first of three workshops, automakers […]

Apr
30

Automakers Participate in International Conference Promoting Strong Intellectual Property Protections

Automakers today, in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center, hosted “IP: the Engine of Innovation,” a conference spotlighting the next-generation automotive technologies and the role of intellectual property (IP) standards play in encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship.  Getting new, proven, technologies into the marketplace are supported by effective IP policies that […]

Apr
25

Auto-ISAC Adds Four Additional Cybersecurity Companies

 Advancing the Cybersecurity of the Connected Vehicle Washington, DC – April 25, 2019 – The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) welcomes two new members BlackBerry and Verizon and, two new strategic partners Pen Test Partners and Regulus. The inclusion of these four companies increases the strength of the Auto-ISAC’s position as the voice […]

Apr
18

Alliance Statement on U.S. International Trade Commission report on USMCA

The Auto Alliance looks forward to reviewing the U.S. International Trade Commission report on the economic impact of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). From the day the Trump Administration announced their intent to modernize our existing trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, the Auto Alliance reiterated the absolute necessity of preserving the integrated North American automotive […]

Apr
10

Statement on “Driving America Forward Act,” a Bipartisan Bill to Expand Electric Vehicle and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Tax Credits

“We commend Senators Stabenow and Alexander and Congressman Kildee for their leadership on this critical issue,” said Dave Schwietert, Interim President & CEO, Auto Alliance. “This bipartisan bill will help drive deployment and consumer acceptance of these energy-efficient, alternative powertrains. Automakers are investing substantially in electric vehicles, with 58 models on sale and more coming, […]