License plates, expiration
TRANSPORTATION – Amends existing law to provide that license plates do not automatically expire after ten years and may continue to be used while still legible.

RS30813 / H0413

Consistent with the Governor’s Red Tape Reduction Act, this proposed legislation will remove the requirement to replace license plates every 10 years. Due to the increased cost of aluminum and other goods, the cost of the license plate program is increasing. These increased costs could lead to increased customer prices for license plates. By allowing a customer to retain legible plates for more than 10 years, this change will mitigate potential future increases in plate costs. Additionally, this proposal removes overly prescriptive and obsolete provisions.

Bill Events
Date Description
01/19 Introduced, read first time, referred to JRA for Printing
01/22 Reported Printed and Referred to Transportation & Defense
01/31 Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation, Filed for Second Reading
02/01 Read second time; Filed for Third Reading
02/02 U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar until Monday, February 5, 2024
02/05 Read Third Time in Full – PASSED - 69-1-0
AYES – Alfieri, Allgood, Andrus, Barbieri, Blanksma, Boyle, Bundy, Burns, Cannon, Cheatum, Chew(Wilson), Clow, Cornilles, Crane(12), Crane(13), Dixon(1), Dixon(24), Durrant, Ehardt, Ehlers, Erickson, Furniss, Galaviz, Gallagher, Gannon, Garner, Green(Ruckh), Handy, Hawkins, Healey, Hill, Holtzclaw, Horman, Kingsley, Lambert, Lanting, Manwaring, Mathias, McCann, Mendive, Mickelsen, Miller, Mitchell, Monks, Nash(Stinson), Necochea, Nelsen, Palmer, Petzke, Pickett, Price, Raybould, Raymond, Redman, Roberts, Rubel, Sauter, Scott, Shepherd, Skaug, Tanner, Vander Woude, Weber, Wheeler, Wisniewski, Wroten, Yamamoto, Young, Mr. Speaker
NAYS – Berch(Bratnober)
Absent – None
Floor Sponsor - Petzke
Title apvd - to Senate
02/06 Received from the House passed; filed for first reading
02/06 Introduced, read first time; referred to: Transportation