SB 936 Allow motorists to operate vehicles without current registrations for the purpose of resetting emissions readiness monitors in order to pass emissions inspection retests
Sponsor: Griesheimer
LR Number: 4362S.01T Fiscal Note: 4362-01
Committee: Transportation
Last Action: 7/10/2008 - Signed by Governor Journal Page:
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Effective Date: August 28, 2008
House Handler: Lembke

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SB 936 - This act modifies the state emissions law to allow motorists to operate their vehicle for 30 days beyond the vehicle's registration expiration without a current state registration license for the purposes of resetting their vehicle's readiness monitors and passing the on-board diagnostic (OBD) retest. Motorists must keep a copy of the most recent failing OBD test results in their vehicle to present to law enforcement. Motorists would still be liable for late registration penalties.

STEPHEN WITTE