By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff
Governor Kate Brown has signed into law legislation to allow a military vehicle the opportunity to be registered as a “vehicle of special interest.”
Legislation to allow a military vehicle the opportunity to be registered as a “vehicle of special interest” has been signed into law by Governor Kate Brown. Included in the definition would be a “high-mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicle originally manufactured for military use.” Owners may apply for the special-interest vehicle registration for a one-time fee of $81 and a single plate for a one-time fee of $12. Special-interest vehicles may only be used for exhibitions, parades, club activities and similar uses.
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