Thursday, January 17, 2019
Philadelphia, Pa.—The Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association (PRLA) held a general meeting on November 12 in Trevose, Pa., to discuss regulations and upcoming events.

President Jim Salinger of Unique Limousine led a discussion on the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission’s (PUC) proposed 200,000 Rule, which would require any limousine that exceeds 200,000 miles to be put out of commission. PRLA Secretary and Treasurer Jeff Shanker of A1 Limousine says that PRLA stands against this proposed rule and currently has an attorney trying to fight it. PRLA does not, however, contest the existing rule that requires limousines to be put out of commission after eight years.

Members then shared a discussion on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and how it will affect the industry. Shanker says that PRLA will provide members with some informational material on the new law in early 2014.

PRLA is also preparing for its annual Monte Carlo Night at Twining Hall in Trevose, Pa., which will be held on December 11 at 6 p.m.

Visit prlainc.com for more information.

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