|Kansas lawmakers are proposing to raise the registration fee on antiques, street rods and special-interest vehicles.|
SEMA is opposing legislation to raise the registration fee on antiques, street rods and special-interest vehicles in Kansas. The bill has already passed the House. The Senate substituted the House bill with all-new language to increase the state’s revenue.
One section of the substituted bill increases the registration fee for all passenger vehicles, while two separate sections were inserted to specifically target antiques and street rods/special-interest vehicles. Under the substituted bill, each of the registration fees would increase by $10 on January 1, 2013, and by another $10 on January 1, 2014.
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