standards concerning money needs with respect to municipal state-aid streets.
(S.F. No. 772, Sen. Kent) removes an obsolete reference to calculating moneyneeds for a road that is designated both as a county state-aid highway and a municipal state-aidstreet.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) deletes the requirement that the registrar of motorvehicles distribute vehicle registrations as uniformly as practicable through the calendar year,and specifies that all vehicles registered under the monthly series system shall be registered fora minimum of 12 consecutive months.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) modifies exceptions to the monthly series motor vehicleregistration system.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) clarifies that a drive-away in-transit license plate issuedby the registrar to a tow operator is not valid for permanent vehicle registration and is not validoutside Minnesota.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) makes changes to the design specifications of certain
veterans’ special license plates and eliminates special
plates for veterans of World War I.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) modifies the section relating to payment of registrationtaxes on a prorated basis by certain nonresidents of the state.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) defines “on an occasional basis” in the section of statute
regarding issuance of trip permits. The definition allows no more than one trip permit pervehicle within a 30-day period.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) adds a subdivision to the section of statute on motorvehicle dealers, stating that a licensed used vehicle parts dealer may sell, solicit or advertiseused parts and scrap metals, but must not sell new or used motor vehicles, either at retail or toa dealer.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) specifies minimum requirements for the place of business of a limited use vehicle license holder, including a commercial office space for thekeeping of necessary books, records and files. During normal business hours, the space eithershall be staffed with personnel or have a telephone answering service available. The spacemust be owned or leased for a one year minimum term. A limited use vehicle license isprovided to a tax-exempt nonprofit charitable organization that acquires vehicles for salethrough donation, and allows the organization to accept assignment of vehicles without therequirement to transfer title until sold or donated.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) deletes the requirement that an application for a motorvehicle dealer license be denied if the applicant was denied a license within the previous year.
(S.F. No. 923, Sen. Kent) modifies requirements for reporting to the Department of