House Bill 1719
DIGEST OF HB 1719 (Updated February 28, 2005 5:15 pm - DI 96)
Driver and motor vehicle matters. Requires the commissioner of the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) to administer the policies and procedures of the bureau and to submit budget proposals for the bureau to the budget director. Requires a person operating a license branch to collect service charges and deposit them in the license branch fund. Repeals the political contribution paid at the time of an application or renewal for a personalized license plate, provides for a state fee and service charge to be paid at the time of application or renewal of a personalized license plate, and repeals the related fee schedule for distribution of the contribution. Provides that certain driver's licenses under certain circumstances and the state identification card expire six years after issuance. (Current law provides that certain driver's licenses under certain circumstances and the state identification card expire four years after issuance.) Provides that fees and service charges for driver's licenses that expire six years after issuance and the state identification card be increased by 50%. Provides that an individual who is at least 75 years of age must apply for or renew a driver's license or permit at a license branch. Requires the bureau to adopt rules for a 50% increase in certain charges related to driver's licenses that expire six years after issuance and the state identification card. Authorizes the bureau to determine a schedule for yearly registration of certain vehicles. Deletes the requirement that the bureau adopt an administrative rule requiring the Social Security number of the holder to be shown on a commercial driver's license. Makes a specifying amendment relating to regulation of licensing of vehicle merchandising. Specifies that an individual may hold a valid driver's license from another state in order to operate a commercial motor vehicle when enrolled in a commercial motor vehicle training course under certain circumstances. Repeals the requirements that the replacement cycle for certain license plates be one year and sets the cycles for replacement at five years.
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