UMA, NTA and MCC succeed in their campaign to speak out against the International Registration Plan.
July 7, 2011
NTA and UMA, along with Motor Coach Canada, succeeded in their campaign to stop the International Registration Plan proposal to eliminate the exemption granted to charter bus operators, which would have forced most of them to buy apportioned license plates. See the release here.
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During a recent visit to NTA headquarters, UMA President and CEO Vic Parra sat down for an interview to discuss the new bus safety rules, how they affect tour operators and what tour operators will learn during "Understanding Your Liability: The New Bus Safety Rules," an educational session exclusively for CEOs and owners who attend Contact.