Skip to main content
Senate Bill 0463


Senate Bill 0463

ARCHIVE (2007)

Latest Information

 

DIGEST OF SB 463 (Updated April 28, 2007 6:45 pm - DI 75)


Bureau of motor vehicles matters. Provides that the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) may no longer collect a transaction fee on credit card transactions. Changes the pro rata reductions in registration fees and excise taxes for automobiles registered after the owners' regular registration dates from a 10 month schedule to a 12 month schedule. Makes certain changes concerning the contents of and application procedure for a driver's license, learner's permit, or identification card (card) to comply with federal law. Provides for varying expiration dates for a driver's license, learner's permit, and card based on the holder's lawful status in the United States. Requires that an application for a driver's license, permit, or card by a person who does not have a Social Security number must include a verification of the applicant's: (1) ineligibility for a Social Security number; and (2) identity and lawful status in the United States. Authorizes the bureau to adopt rules regarding temporary invalidation of a card if the bureau believes that the card was issued based on fraudulent documentation. Authorizes: (1) a law enforcement officer to issue an electronic traffic ticket in lieu of a paper ticket; and (2) the transmission of an electronic traffic ticket to a court under certain conditions. Allows an electronic traffic ticket to be admissible in a court proceeding under certain circumstances. Adds advance practice nurses to the list of professionals who may certify an individual as being severely restricted in mobility for purposes of issuance of a parking placard for a person with physical disabilities. Provides that an individual participating in the address confidentiality program may provide to the bureau an address designated by the attorney general as the principal residence address. Authorizes the bureau to adopt a written exceptions process to create exceptions for the issuance of driver's licenses, permits, and cards when certain documentary evidence is lacking. Provides that an individual may not hold a driver's license and a card at the same time. Replaces the commissioner of the bureau as the chairman of the motor vehicle sales advisory board (board) and transfers administrative control of the board to the secretary of state. Requires certain civil penalties collected for violations related to the board to be deposited into the securities division enforcement account. Makes other changes and conforming amendments. Makes technical corrections.
    Current Status:
     Law Enacted
    >Latest Printing > (PDF)