The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether states can require internet retailers to collect sales taxes even when they have no physical presence in the state.
Legislation was introduced in the West Virginia House to provide antique military vehicles an exemption from the requirement to display license plates.
Legislation has been introduced in the Virginia Senate to exclude antique motor vehicles, defined as motor vehicles 25 years old or older, from the requirement that such vehicles be equipped with an exhaust system in good working order and in constant operation to prevent excessive or unusual levels of noise.
Legislation has been reintroduced in the New York Senate to provide that historical vehicle owners only pay a one-time registration fee of $100 upon initial registration.
Legislation has been introduced in the Iowa Senate to provide for the creation of license plates for special-interest vehicles in the state.
Legislation has been introduced in the Washington Senate to allow for personalized license plates for collector vehicles.
Several pieces of pro-hobby legislation failed to receive full consideration before the end of the 2016–2017 legislative session and died when the 2018–2019 legislature convened.
Iowa has introduced legislation that allows model ’78 or older vehicles to display a single license plate on the rear of the vehicle.
Legislation to provide that motor vehicles registered as “secondary vehicles” and driven less than 5,000 miles per year may display only a single plate on the rear of the vehicle died as the legislature adjourned.
Legislation introduced in the California Assembly would require a transition to fully electric vehicles in the state by the year 2040.