- District 6
Provides that a registered owner of a motor vehicle commits an infraction if the owner's vehicle is used to violate the school bus stop arm law. Provides a defense for a registered owner who provides certain information to law enforcement and fully cooperates with law enforcement, if: (1) the vehicle was stolen; (2) the registered owner routinely engages in the business of renting the vehicle; (3) the registered owner provided the vehicle for the use of an employee; or (4) the registered owner provides documentary evidence that the owner was out of state at the time the violation was committed. Specifies that: (1) the bureau of motor vehicles may not assess points for the infraction; and (2) an adjudication for the infraction does not create a presumption of liability in a civil action.
Referred to the House
Senator Bohacek added as second author
Third reading: passed; Roll Call 103: yeas 38, nays 11
House sponsor: Representative Slager
Cosponsors: Representatives Pressel, Aylesworth, Olthoff
Amendment #1 (Niemeyer) prevailed; voice vote
Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed
Committee report: do pass, adopted
First reading: referred to Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation
Authored by Senator Niemeyer
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|Fiscal Note: SB0121.03.ENGS.FN001|
|Fiscal Note: SB0121.03.ENGS.FN002|
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