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Fiscal Note

SB0181S01 - Off-highway Vehicle Use on Public Highways

State Impact:
Enactment of this bill will not require additional appropriations. There are 196,000 off-highway vehicles registered in the State. It is unknown how many of these will pay the $5 new plate fee in order to drive on public highways. For every individual that does pay the new plate fee, $4 is for dedicated credits and $1 goes to the Transportation Fund.

Funding SourceFY 2008
Approp.
FY 2009
Approp.
FY 2010
Approp.
FY 2008
Revenue
FY 2009
Revenue
FY 2010
Revenue
   Total
$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Individual, Business and/or Local Impact:
Depending upon the municipality in which one resides, those that wish and are allowed to operate a street-legal all-terrain vehicle on a public highway may incur costs associated with insurance and will experience a one-time cost to have their vehicle inspected, as well as pay the $5 new plate fee. Depending on the locality, there may be increased costs for enforcement. Businesses are likely unaffected.

2/18/2008, 12:40:16 PM, Lead Analyst: Young, T.Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst