Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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Motor vehicle matters. Prohibits the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) from suspending the driving privileges of a person who provides proof of financial responsibility but did not the own the motor vehicle that the person was operating at the time of the accident or violation. Repeals the law allowing the bureau to suspend a person's driving privileges for certain offenses. Specifies conditions for suspension of driving privileges for convictions of certain offenses in other states. Provides that a person arrested or charged on probable cause of operating a vehicle while intoxicated is not required to provide proof of future financial Motor vehicle matters. Prohibits the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) from suspending the driving privileges of a person who provides proof of financial responsibility but did not the own the motor vehicle that the person was operating at the time of the accident or violation. Repeals the law allowing the bureau to suspend a person's driving privileges for certain offenses. Specifies conditions for suspension of driving privileges for convictions of certain offenses in other states. Provides that a person arrested or charged on probable cause of operating a vehicle while intoxicated is not required to provide proof of future financial responsibility until the person is convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Specifies that a person must petition for specialized driving privileges in each court that has ordered the suspension of the person's driving privileges. Requires the bureau to withhold disclosure of a moving traffic violation if the action is dismissed, the person is acquitted, or the action is vacated. Provides that this requirement does not apply to a moving traffic violation of an individual who holds a commercial driver's license. ... View more