Several bills introduced in West Virginia in 2018 failed to be enacted into law before the legislature adjourned for the session.
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A bill has been introduced in the Missouri House to require the Department of Revenue to charge and collect a miles-driven fee of up to $200 for a one-year vehicle registration and up to $400 for a two-year vehicle registration.
Legislation has been introduced in both the Minnesota House and Senate to help create and protect well-managed off-road vehicle (ORV) trails.
The Idaho House and Senate approved a bill allowing a vehicle built for the United States Armed Forces to be registered and operated on public highways in Idaho, even if such a vehicle does not meet federal motor vehicle safety standards.
A bill to establish a State Trail Authority within the West Virginia Development Office has been passed by the Senate and sent to the House Rules Committee.
The Virginia Senate approved a bill that would allow qualifying military vehicles to be registered and operated on public roadways.
A bill allowing window tinting that met the minimum standard of 25% light transmittance died as the Utah legislature adjourned.
A bill has been introduced in the Michigan Senate to allow for the attachment of a tow ball, bicycle rack, removable hitch or any other device designed to carry an object on the rear of a vehicle, even if it obstructs the rear license plate.
SEMA-supported legislation (H.R. 5212/S. 2519) has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate to cap the amount of ethanol that is required to be blended into the U.S. fuel supply at 9.7%.
The West Virginia Senate has passed a bill to allow for personalized license plates for antique vehicles.