7 Jacob L. Anderegg
8 Johnny Anderson
9 Stewart Barlow
10 Joel K. Briscoe
11 Rebecca Chavez-Houck
12 Kay J. Christofferson
13 Rich Cunningham
14 Sophia M. DiCaro
Rebecca P. Edwards
Justin L. Fawson
Stephen G. Handy
Brian S. King
Justin J. Miller
Carol Spackman Moss
Lee B. Perry
Marie H. Poulson
Edward H. Redd
V. Lowry Snow
Mark A. Wheatley
16 LONG TITLE
17 General Description:
18 This bill modifies provisions related to motor vehicle emissions.
19 Highlighted Provisions:
20 This bill:
21 ▸ gives the Division of Motor Vehicles the authority to suspend a vehicle's
22 registration if the vehicle does not meet air emissions standards.
23 Money Appropriated in this Bill:
25 Other Special Clauses:
27 Utah Code Sections Affected:
29 41-1a-110, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 322
31 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
32 Section 1. Section 41-1a-110 is amended to read:
33 41-1a-110. Authority of division to suspend or revoke registration, certificate of
34 title, license plate, or permit.
35 (1) Except as provided in Subsections (3) and (4), the division may suspend or revoke
36 a registration, certificate of title, license plate, or permit if:
37 (a) the division is satisfied that a registration, certificate of title, license plate, or permit
38 was fraudulently procured or erroneously issued;
39 (b) the division determines that a registered vehicle is mechanically unfit or unsafe to
40 be operated or moved upon the highways;
41 (c) a registered vehicle has been dismantled;
42 (d) the division determines that the required fee has not been paid and the fee is not
43 paid upon reasonable notice and demand;
44 (e) a registration decal, license plate, or permit is knowingly displayed upon a vehicle
45 other than the one for which issued;
46 (f) the division determines that the owner has committed any offense under this chapter
47 involving the registration, certificate of title, registration card, license plate, registration decal,
48 or permit; or
49 (g) the division receives notification by the Department of Transportation that the
50 owner has committed any offence under Title 72, Chapter 9, Motor Carrier Safety Act.
51 (2) (a) The division shall revoke the registration of a vehicle if the division receives
52 notification by the:
53 (i) Department of Public Safety that a person:
54 (A) has been convicted of operating a registered motor vehicle in violation of Section
55 41-12a-301 or 41-12a-303.2; or
56 (B) is under an administrative action taken by the Department of Public Safety for
57 operating a registered motor vehicle in violation of Section 41-12a-301; or
58 (ii) designated agent that the owner of a motor vehicle:
59 (A) has failed to provide satisfactory proof of owner's or operator's security to the
60 designated agent after the second notice provided under Section 41-12a-804; or
61 (B) provided a false or fraudulent statement to the designated agent.
62 (b) The division shall notify the Driver License Division if the division revokes the
63 registration of a vehicle under Subsection (2)(a)(ii)(A).
64 (3) The division may not suspend or revoke the registration of a vessel or outboard
65 motor unless authorized under Section 73-18-7.3.
66 (4) The division may not suspend or revoke the registration of an off-highway vehicle
67 unless authorized under Section 41-22-17.
68 (5) The division shall charge a registration reinstatement fee under Section 41-1a-1220,
69 if the registration is revoked under Subsection (1)(f).
70 (6) Except as provided in Subsections (3), (4), and (7), the division may suspend or
71 revoke a registered vehicle's registration if the division is notified by a local health department,
72 as defined in Section 26A-1-102, that the registered vehicle is unable to meet state or local air
73 emissions standards.
74 (7) The division may not suspend or revoke a registered vehicle's registration under
75 Subsection (6) if the registered vehicle has a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating that is
76 greater than 26,000 pounds.