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When Industry Groups Go to Capitol Hill

Walking into a representative’s or senator’s office to cogently deliver a message that will inspire change is an exhilarating, exhausting, and daunting task. Here’s an inside look on how these meetings go down.

ACRA: What Is the Future of Rental Car Taxes?

Bill Plamondon, president of the American Car Rental Association explains how the FAA bill’s car rental excise tax amendment does not put an end to all discriminatory taxes and how results of a pending government study could bring new challenges.

Wyo. Senator Floats Bill to Nix EV Tax Credits

A bill that would terminate the $7,500 federal tax credit for electric vehicles was introduced by U.S. Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), chairman of the Environment and Public Works committee.

NLRB Overturns Joint Employer Rule

According to Richard Alaniz, a partner at Cruickshank & Alaniz, a labor and employment firm, there are many open questions as a result of the decision, which could affect car rental franchises.

House Plan Would Eliminate EV Tax Credit

A $7,500 federal tax credit that has fueled sales of plug-in electric vehicles in recent years could be eliminated if House Republicans can include the proposal in the tax cut bill now under discussion, reports Reuters.

ACRA Convenes Fourth D.C. Day on the Hill

American Car Rental Association (ACRA) members visited senators, congressmen, and their staffs to learn more on issues such as excise taxes, like-kind exchanges, and data control in autonomous vehicles.