Support AB210, bill to amend smog exemption from 1976 to 1983

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Michael Domme
1 week ago
It should have been a roling 25 year when first established

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Matthew Hayes
2 weeks ago
It would be a tragedy to see California's car history to be lost these classic cars are a reminder of how and were modern cars came from and just seeing the can bring back memories from people's live experiences to take such a thing away would be a outrageous oversight let the past remind us of how and why we are were we are

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elio ambriz
Nov 16, 2020
I have a Datsun 280z 1976 and i can’t drive because it won’t pass smog

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Kevin Tsap
Oct 14, 2020
I have a 1977 vehicle that is essentially a vintage collector car. I do not want to install catalytic converters, as it seems it did not come with them from the manufacturer. 1976 is an arbitrary date, and the cutoff age should be 40 years, at most. A rolling law, like the old one that was in existence until 2005, would be much more reasonable.

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long kong
Sep 10, 2020
imagine if after this bill was passed, everyone just bought a pre-1983 vehicle, lmao

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Susan Stout
Sep 9, 2020
We need to have sanity with our emissions laws when it comes to existing vehicles!!!!

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Joe Garcia
Sep 8, 2020
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Luis Giron
Sep 7, 2020
It is impossible to find parts at reasonable prices to keep up with the ever more stringent smog requirements

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Ernesto Ramirez
Sep 6, 2020
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Thomas Rader
Sep 6, 2020
These cars are not used as daily use vehicles they are more for enjoyment on weekends.