HB1162

Bureau of motor vehicles.

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Summary

Bureau of motor vehicles. Makes a technical correction regarding the calculation of a county's allocation from the motor vehicle highway account fund. Provides that a commercial driver's license and a commercial learner's permit may be issued as a mobile credential. Repeals language allowing the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) to issue a driver's license or identification card to a person granted parole. Adds a wearable device that blocks, in whole or in part, the field of vision of the person wearing the device to the definition of a "telecommunications device". Clarifies that only handheld telecommunications devices may be used in conjunction with hands free or voice operated technology while operating a motor vehicle. Requires the bureau to state on each of its forms the law or rule making the form necessary. Prohibits the bureau from requiring a person to appear in person for the renewal of a registration for a collector vehicle, a historic vehicle license plate, or an authentic license plate from the model year of a collector vehicle. Allows an individual who is at least 18 years of age and holds a valid commercial driver's license to be issued a hazardous materials endorsement. Amends provisions regarding proof of a veteran's discharge from the armed forces or its reserves or the national guard. Changes the number of commercial vehicles that must be owned for the state department of revenue to issue a license plate for each commercial vehicle from 25 to five. Amends provisions requiring the bureau to provide notice to allow the bureau to provide notice electronically when the individual has indicated a preference for receiving electronic notices from the bureau. Provides that a driver's license or identification card expires upon the bureau receiving notice of the death of the holder. Allows an individual to electronically apply for the individual's driver's license or learner's permit to be converted into an identification card. Provides that the owner, lessor, or operator of a commercial motor vehicle or a person who leases or rents a commercial motor vehicle to another person is not civilly liable for a tort claim based on the failure to install optional equipment on a commercial motor vehicle unless certain circumstances exist. Deletes provisions allowing the bureau to suspend or revoke the registration of an individual convicted of certain crimes.

Authors

Authored by Representative Pressel

Roll Calls

2024-03-08SenateSenate - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1 PASS
2024-03-08HouseHouse - PASS
2024-02-27SenateSenate - Third reading PASS
2024-02-05HouseHouse - Third reading PASS
2024-02-01HouseHouse - Amendment #1 (DeLaney) failed F

Fiscal Outlook

Title Description Date View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #1: Senate Enrolled2024-03-11 Click To View
Conference ReportConference Report2024-03-08 Click To View
Conference ReportConference Report2024-03-08 Click To View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #3: Senate Comm Sub2024-02-27 Click To View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #2: Senate Comm Sub2024-02-26 Click To View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #1: Senate Comm Sub2024-02-23 Click To View
Committee ReportHouse Committee Report2024-02-22 Click To View
Vote SheetVote Sheet February 20, 20242024-02-20 Click To View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #3: House Comm Sub2024-02-05 Click To View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #2: House Comm Sub2024-02-01 Click To View
Committee ReportHouse Committee Report2024-01-30 Click To View
Vote SheetVote Sheet January 30, 20242024-01-30 Click To View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #1: House Comm Sub2024-01-30 Click To View
Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #1: Introduced2024-01-04 Click To View

History

Date Chamber Action
2024-03-13HousePublic Law 141
2024-03-13HouseSigned by the Governor
2024-03-12SenateSigned by the President of the Senate
2024-03-11SenateSigned by the President Pro Tempore
2024-03-11HouseSigned by the Speaker
2024-03-08HouseRules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 346: yeas 69, nays 29
2024-03-08SenateRules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 328: yeas 26, nays 21
2024-03-08SenateCCR # 1 filed in the Senate
2024-03-08HouseCCR # 1 filed in the House
2024-03-08SenateSenator Messmer added as conferee
2024-03-08SenateSenator Vinzant removed as conferee
2024-03-08SenateSenator Messmer removed as advisor
2024-03-08HouseRepresentative Soliday added as conferee
2024-03-08HouseRepresentative Harris removed as conferee
2024-02-29SenateSenate advisors appointed: Taylor G and Messmer
2024-02-29SenateSenate conferees appointed: Crider and Vinzant
2024-02-29HouseHouse advisors appointed: Steuerwald, Bartels and Gore
2024-02-29HouseHouse conferees appointed: Pressel and Harris
2024-02-29HouseHouse dissented from Senate amendments
2024-02-28HouseMotion to dissent filed
2024-02-28SenateReturned to the House with amendments
2024-02-27SenateThird reading: passed; Roll Call 209: yeas 48, nays 0
2024-02-26SenateSecond reading: ordered engrossed
2024-02-22SenateCommittee report: amend do pass, adopted
2024-02-12SenateFirst reading: referred to Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation
2024-02-06HouseReferred to the Senate
2024-02-05HouseThird reading: passed; Roll Call 135: yeas 88, nays 9
2024-02-05HouseSenate sponsor: Senator Crider
2024-02-01HouseSecond reading: ordered engrossed
2024-02-01HouseAmendment #1 (DeLaney) failed; Roll Call 114: yeas 30, nays 66
2024-01-30HouseCommittee report: amend do pass, adopted
2024-01-29HouseRepresentative Bartels added as coauthor
2024-01-08HouseFirst reading: referred to Committee on Roads and Transportation
2024-01-08HouseAuthored by Representative Pressel