Petition to Crocs, The Walt Disney Company
Make Lightning McQueen Heely Crocs in adult sizes
I am a fashion enthusiast and I think it’s disgusting that such fashionable footwear is only available in kids sizes. If anything, they should be available exclusively in adult sizes.
Petition to VUDPS & VUPD, David Tedjeske, Dennis E. Gallagher
Urge Villanova Public Safety to Install Extra Safety Measures in the I-1 Parking Garage
Over the past year and since the opening of the new Ithan I-1 Parking Garage, many accidents have happened. In the garage to be specific. These accidents are minor, but costly for college students like us. The traffic is horrible as well. Cars whip around the corners without even stopping or even looking. Some students are just waiting to get hit in their cars and are even scared to walk back to my car thinking that they might get hit as well. We want to suggest the possible installation of rounded reflection mirrors at each intersection and turn so that drivers can see other oncoming traffic. In addition, we are wondering if more security cameras can be installed to help with tracking down drivers who hit other cars and do a hit and run. Finally, we are wondering about electric cars. Electric cars pay an extra $50 to park in the garage. Most mornings when we are driving into the parking garage and have to park on the 5th floor due to the influx of cars, we see that both spots closest to the charging stations are taken by non-electric cars on all floors. There are students who drive an electric car and somedays they have nowhere to charge their car and their battery is run down to the point that they cannot make it home and so they have to leave their car overnight to charge and seek out a ride to school in the morning. There should be markings - either on the walls, the ground, or both - that state that that spot is reserved for an electric car. PLEASE sign this petition and show that you are as worried as we are about the situation in the garage!
Petition to CNMI Governor Ralph Torres
We Need Saipan International Raceway to Stop Illegal Drag Racing!!
CALLING OUT TO ALL THE MOTOR-SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS & FANS AROUND THE WORLD!! We CRF (Commonwealth Racing Federation), are an NPO in the small island of Saipan, in the chains of island called Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) in the Pacific Ocean. For decades, our organization together with dozens of local automotive racing teams and thousands of enthusiasts, have been making multiple attempts to create our own raceway park, to stop illegal drag racing which have resulted in so may accidents, injuries, and deaths of our new generations, and provide a place with proper safety measures. In 2006, Bill HR15-133 was introduced by former Congressman Martin Ada to construct the raceway. The Bill passed both Legislature and Senate, we had all the sponsors set to go, but was never signed by the Governor since the public land we proposed for the raceway (called Cow Town in Marpi District up north in Saipan) was to be designated for some other project - which never happened. In March 2014, following the death of our former President, Kazunori Ikeda due to cancer, CRF was re-activated to once again pursue the creation of our own raceway, which was the biggest dream of Ikeda, of CRF, and the ever growing auto-enthusiasts. By then, illegal drag racing was happening every weekend in Marpi, to the point our local Department of Public Safety was seriously considering huge increase in fines and penalties. At the same time, Chinese investments came into the CNMI to make Saipan a top notch casino resort in the world, which hit our island with massive reverse effects - increase in criminal rate due to drugs brought in, in number of people losing homes due to investors buying up properties, and in unemployment rate due to businesses being forced to shut down. The casino is soon to open, but our island is no longer a safe place for children like it used to be. We strongly believe that by creating our own international raceway park, we could not only get the growing new generations of illegal drag racers off of our streets, but also provide a place to hold family events, and attract not only the Chinese tourists, but visitors from around the world which would benefit our local community, businesses, and government in so many ways. Please help us to get the Raceway Bill re-introduced to our new Legislature, to have our Governor approve our use of Cow Town that’s still abandoned until now, and make our dream come true for the brighter future of our island!!
Petition to Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives
The U.S. Government to repeal the 25 year import law on Automobiles.
By signing this petition you are showing Congress how many people oppose the 25 Year Import Law for Automobiles. An Action that should be accomplished with this petition is Congress reviewing and repealing this absurd law, so that enthusiasts and everyday people could have a larger pool of cars to pick from when purchasing. Did I also mention this would reduce the price of cars in the United States because there would be a larger variety. The 25 year Import Law states that cars made outside of the U.S. in the last 25 years cannot be imported because they do not meet emissions and crash test standards. This sounds like it is a reasonable law with good intentions, however it is quite the contrary. The Law was really passed to protect U.S. car dealers and sales from competition overseas. For Example, If we were allowed to a buy new car from japan and import it for much cheaper it would negatively affect the amount of sales of domestic brands like Chevy and Ford. The real intentions of the law also become clear when you realize a 2018 imported Toyota Prius with 121 horsepower is banned for not meeting safety and emissions standards, while a 1992 Nissan Skyline R32 with 313 horsepower is acceptable to import.
Petition to Toyota Motor Company
Offer the Toyota Land Cruiser in the USA with diesel engines.
The Toyota Land Cruiser is not selling well in the united states due to poor fuel economy. Toyota is going to cancel the land cruiser in 2022 due to poor sales. I know people who love land cruisers and use them for off-roading and not breaking down. We need to show Toyota a better solution to the land cruiser. I guarantee that once Toyota starts offering the 4.5-liter twin-turbo V8 in the states then Land Cruiser will sell like the hottest of hotcakes. Just like in the rest of the world. If Mazda can offer a Cx-5 diesel for the states which Mazda already has been for months now then there is no excuse why Toyota can't do the same with the Land Cruiser (and the LX too since it is the same vehicle). Plus it will give shops like DieselToys down in San Antonio, TX easier access to parts for their factory spec Toyota diesel conversions. And it will even benefit the biodiesel industry so people can stop worrying about pollution from fracking since biodiesel does not come fracking. Everyone wins from this regardless if you believe in climate change. Plus unlike electric cars. Diesel engines can start even during power outages. I understand people don't like diesel especially after Volkswagen ruined it more but we can't just sit there and let Volkswagen define diesel nor just sit there and accept the thirsty gas/petrol engines destroying the Land Cruisers Legacy.
Petition to Jake Palladini
Help Powerflex Develop Bushings for the 2012-2019 Nissan Versa/Almera Sedan!
We want to help develop polyurethane performance bushings for the 2nd generation Versa sedan/3rd generation Almera sedan. PowerFlex UK already has developed poly bushings for many Nissan and economy models. The Versa/Almera deserves more performance parts! Help us show Powerflex USA that our community is strong and growing worldwide, so they will begin work on developing these bushings for us! Quoted from Powerflex employee Jake Palladini:"We haven't produced these yet just because we aren't very sure of the market for them. Our bushings are developed and manufactured in the UK, and they have said that this car over there, the Micra, is just not popular enough to demand development. However, if you are able to show otherwise, please do! If there truly is a large enough market for these, we would like to know."
Petition to Andy Hansen, Bram Schot
Audi SF: Protect Our Children and Elderly / Protege Nuestros Niños y Los Ancianos
(El español en la parte de abajo) Our neighbors want to live with no risk of traffic violence from drivers on our streets. Since 2004, the sales team at the Audi San Francisco (300 S Van Ness, 94103) dealership have been abusing our public space, making our neighborhood more dangerous and more unpleasant. They are a clear example of a corporation bullying their way to profits with no regard for the impact on the people in their surroundings. Neighbors have experienced or seen Audi sales team members: Speeding near children, elderly, disabled folks, and adults on 14th Street, Minna Street, Natoma Street, Mission Street, South Van Ness, and Division Streets Parking illegally in the red zone, disabled parking, on the sidewalk and constantly not paying the meters in up to 8 parking spots Driving the wrong way illegally down Minna Street Using physical violence towards traffic enforcement and neighbors Verbally harassing disabled neighbors who park in the disabled parking spot on South Van Ness and possibly abusing the disability placard system (~4 of the 10 sales team members have a disability placard, which seems like a high percentage) Using verbal threats towards residents who park or request for them to drive at slow speeds Smoking in front of residences Littering on the street When residents have attempted to request for changes from the Audi dealership sales folks and owner, they have been met with dismissal and refusal that a problem exists. Audi SF Sales Manager and self-proclaimed decision maker has said "when [someone dies] here, we will revisit" their dangerous behavior. See video here. We demand that Audi SF dealership: Stop speeding & playing loud music Stop driving wrong way on Minna Street Use disabled placards for only legitimate disability cases Stop parking on sidewalk & red zone Always pay the parking meters Stop intimidating us when we park near you Stop smoking in front of residences Stop littering on the street, including cigarettes Nosotros pedimos a Audi SF que: Dejen de manejar con alta velocidad Dejen de manejar en contrasentido en calle Minna Dejen de estacionarse en la zona roja y la banqueta Deben pagar el parquímetro No acosen a los vecinos cuando nos queramos estacionar cerca de ustedes Dejen de fumar frente a las viviendas Dejen de tirar basura en la calle, incluyendo cigarillos
Petition to Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, International Automobile Federation, FIA, Jean Todt
Bring back Group B rally
Group B rally regulations (1982-86) allowed for the most spectacular rally cars, and maximized the limits of engineering. This class of rally racing ended after a series of incidents. However, with today's technology and lessons from the past, these safety issues can be resolved, and Group B can return once again. Rally represents liberty, and inspires us to explore the land that nature gave us. The New Physiocratic League supports the return of Group B. _____________________ Wiki Entry: Group B was a set of regulations introduced in 1982 for competition vehicles in sportscar racing and rallying regulated by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The Group B regulations fostered some of the fastest, most powerful, and most sophisticated rally cars ever built and is commonly referred to as the golden era of rallying. However, a series of major accidents, some of them fatal, were blamed on their outright speed and lack of crowd control at events. After the death of Henri Toivonen and his co-driver Sergio Cresto in the 1986 Tour de Corse, the FIA disestablished the class, dropped its previous plans to replace it by Group S, and instead replaced it as the top-line formula by Group A. The short-lived Group B era has acquired legendary status among rally fans and automobile enthusiasts in general.