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8-2425.Full-privilege license plates; dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plates; fees; use. (a) When a first dealer license plate has been issued under K.S.A. 8-2406, and amendments thereto, the secretary of revenue may issue full-privilege license plates or dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plates, in accordance with the provisions of this section, to a licensed manufacturer of or licensed dealer in vehicles. In no calendar year shall the secretary issue in excess of 10 of each type of such license plates to any licensed manufacturer or dealer.

(b) The annual fee for each: (1) Full-privilege license plate shall be $350.50; and (2) dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plate shall be $350.50.

(c) The secretary shall, upon application provided by the secretary and payment of the fee required in subsection (b), issue to the applicant the appropriate full-privilege license plate, which shall expire on the January 31 next following its issuance, except that the dealer shall have until and including the last day of February of each year within which to make application for renewal.

(d) Subject to subsection (e), a full-privilege license plate may be used in lieu of regular vehicle registration and license plate. A full-privilege license plate may be used on passenger cars or trucks. A full-privilege license plate may be transferred from one vehicle to another owned or in inventory of such manufacturer or dealer and may be assigned for use by any person, at the discretion of the manufacturer or dealer to whom it is issued. The person to whom a full-privilege license plate is assigned for use shall be only a person who is: (1) A member of the immediate family of the licensed manufacturer of or licensed dealer in vehicles; (2) a corporate officer of the licensed manufacturer of or licensed dealer in vehicles; or (3) an employee of the licensed manufacturer of or licensed dealer in vehicles.

(e) A full-privilege license plate shall not be used on a lease or rental vehicle. A full-privilege license plate shall not permit any vehicle to be operated or moved upon a highway to haul commodities weighing in excess of two tons. A full-privilege license plate shall not be used on a wrecker or tow truck when providing wrecker or towing service as defined by K.S.A. 66-1329, and amendments thereto.

(f) A dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plate may be used by a trailer manufacturer or trailer dealer in lieu of a regular trailer registration and license plate. A dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plate may be used only on trailers. A dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plate may be transferred from one trailer to another owned or in inventory of the trailer manufacturer or trailer dealer to whom issued. A dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plate may be used by a trailer manufacturer or trailer dealer to haul nonhighway equipment, as defined in rules and regulations, for either demonstration purposes or delivery, if the weight of the trailer and nonhighway equipment does not exceed 85,500 pounds. The dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plate shall expire on the January 31 next following its issuance, except that the dealer shall have until and including the last day of February of each year within which to make application for renewal.

(g) Fees received under this section shall be divided equally between the county treasurer in which the licensed manufacturer or dealer has its established place of business and the secretary of revenue. Amounts allotted to the secretary of revenue shall be remitted to the state treasurer in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto. Upon receipt of each such remittance, the state treasurer shall deposit the entire amount in the state treasury to the credit of the vehicle dealers and manufacturers fee fund which fund is hereby created in the state treasury. Expenditures from the vehicle dealers and manufacturers fee fund shall be made on vouchers approved by the secretary of revenue, or a person designated by the secretary, for enforcement of the vehicle dealers and manufacturers licensing act in accordance with appropriations therefor. Amounts allotted to the county treasurers shall be credited to the county treasurers' vehicle licensing fee fund which fund is hereby created in the state treasury. Amounts due each county treasurer shall be paid quarterly from such fund upon vouchers approved by the secretary of revenue or a person designated by the secretary. Amounts received by each county treasurer shall be deposited, appropriated and used as provided by K.S.A. 8-145, and amendments thereto.

(h) The provisions of K.S.A. 8-136 and 8-2406, and amendments thereto, shall not apply to full-privilege license plates or dealer-hauler full-privilege trailer license plates or the use thereof.

History: L. 1985, ch. 54, § 4; L. 2001, ch. 5, § 40; L. 2009, ch. 36, § 2; July 1.



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