Who We Are
Washington Car Club Council represents thousands of automotive households in Washington State and belongs to several national organizations, such as; SEMA, Specialty Equipment Market Association; COVA, Council of Vehicle Associations; and WOHA, World Organization of Automotive Hobbyists. Together with these groups, we are able to monitor and influence the politics of the automotive hobby on local and national levels.
In order to organize in an effective manor, our members are car clubs, individuals and organizations with a common interest. Each club is represented by an assigned delegate. It's these delegates, along with the council officers and board members, that determine the goals and projects that the Washington Car Club Council undertakes.
Washington Car Club Council has already had a significant impact on Washington State policy in its first 2 years. We have assisted the state legislature in passing a law allowing "Blue Dot" tail lights on cars over 40 years old. Our input to the Department of Ecology helped them write rules that will allow modified vehicles to pass vehicle emissions inspections. An ability to communicate effectively with our members made it possible to defeat a state bill that would have severely restricted the hobbyist from purchasing automotive paint and supplies and a bill that called for the scrappage of old cars to provide pollution credit for industries that pollute the air. Both of these bills were killed as a direct result of Washington Car Club Council's efforts!
Washington Car Club Council holds monthly meetings and all delegates are encouraged to attend to keep all the clubs in contact and make decisions that affect the council. In addition, Open houses are held four times a year. For additional information please contact any of the Washington Car Club Council officers.Contact Information
Washington Car Club Council
PO Box 2054
Everett, WA 98203
President - Don Berry
Vice President - Jim Darby
Secretary - ???
Treasurer - ???
Webmaster - Bob Bunn
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