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House Bill 1214

ARCHIVE (2006)

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DIGEST OF HB 1214 (Updated March 14, 2006 8:30 pm - DI 96)

Various motor carrier matters. Provides that the prepayment rate used in determining prepayment amounts of sales tax on certain wholesale sales of gasoline may not exceed 125% of the prepayment rate in effect on the day before the prepayment rate is redetermined by the department of state revenue. Requires certain reports and returns filed with the department of state revenue (department) concerning gasoline tax and special fuel tax to be filed in an electronic format. Requires a motor carrier to file a claim for a proportional use credit for a calendar quarter on or before the due date of the motor carrier's quarterly motor fuel tax return. Allows the department to deny the issuance of or to suspend or revoke certain registrations, permits, or certificates of authority if the owner or operator of a commercial motor vehicle does not file all tax returns or reports or pay all taxes, penalties, and interest for a listed tax. Provides civil penalties for a motor carrier operating without required credentials or operating with altered credentials. Specifies conditions under which the department or the state police department may impound a motor vehicle of a motor carrier that is not authorized to transport passengers for hire. Increases the application fees paid to the department's motor carrier services division. Specifies that certain registration requirements do not apply to a person exclusively engaged in the private transportation of nonhazardous property. Provides that the department may not register or title a motor carrier if the motor carrier fails to comply with certain federal regulations or the motor carrier's authority to operate has been terminated or denied by a federal agency. Specifies certain penalties for motor carriers that violate the permitting provisions for oversize and overweight vehicles.
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