Paul Walker’s soul wants you to sign this petition so the US can have Nissan Skylines

Paul Walker Nissan Skyline

Petrolicious has put forth a petition to get the American government to change the DOT/EPA’s import rule from 25 years to 15 years. What this means is that instead of just being able to import R32 generation Nissan Skylines right now, we would be able to import all of the R32 and R33 generation Skylines, and even some R34 generation Skylines… as seen in The Fast and Furious movies. The rule goes far beyond Nissan Skylines, though. Just think of all the awesome cars in Europe that haven’t made their way over here to the States…. Audi RS2, soon to be Audi RS5 (B5 gen), BMW M5 Wagons, all of those wonderful hot-hatches, and even a first-generation PAGANI ZONDA.

This is really a petition to change a stupid law that needlessly infringes upon the freedom of American consumers to purchase whatever vehicle they want. It serves absolutely no safety purpose, given that all cars from 15 years ago are way less safe than newer cars. Even if you personally would not import a car, you should sign the petition out of good will to your fellow car-lovers, and in return, you will have the pleasure of seeing more beautiful Alfa Romeos roaming the streets. This change will only serve to improve everyone’s lives!

You can sign the petition HERE. All it requires is your name, email, and zip code. It take 2 seconds.

Let’s all use the power of social media to make the United States a better place!

-Nick

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4 thoughts on “Paul Walker’s soul wants you to sign this petition so the US can have Nissan Skylines”

  1. I got my signature down. Personally, I would love it if we could essentially run on the same standards for all cars as the rest of the world (regarding safety, fuel consumption, CO2 footprint, etc.), but this is definitely a step in the right direction!

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  2. That petition has my signature down. I’d be much happier if the U.S. accepted the same standards that Europe and most of the world accepts (safety regs, CO2 emissions, fuel consumption, etc.) but this is definitely a step in the right direction!

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