There are 40 Legislative Days scheduled for the 2003 session. Standing
Legislative Committees meet in regularly scheduled sessions during the
morning hours of each Legislative Day. Some committees will hold special
evening meetings. The House Transportation Committee is scheduled to meet
Monday and Wednesday at 10am in room 464 of the Capitol.
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| Legislative Day 2
Legislative Day 6
revise the registration validation decal and boat numbering display
requirements for certain boats.
property damage reporting in a snowmobile or
boat accident and bodily substance chemical analysis.
revise the seating capacity of a motor bus for
vehicle registration purposes.
exempt vans owned by churches from vehicle license fees.
Legislative Day 9
- operation of
a vehicle upon the approach of emergency vehicles
transportation of hazardous materials
- add a
section of highway located in Turner County and McCook County to the
state trunk highway system.
revise the time period certain oversized motor vehicles may
operate each day under a permit and to increase the cost of the
require evidence of financial responsibility at the time of motor
vehicle registration and to provide for the suspension of vehicle
revise the requirements for a damage disclosure statement for motor
require all passengers in passenger vehicles to wear seat belts.
- add a
section of highway in Minnehaha County to the state trunk highway
authorize certain haulers of baled garbage to receive an oversize
HB 1167- provide for a driver license
suspension and a civil penalty for certain thefts of gasoline.
require the use of an ignition interlock device in motor vehicles used
by certain persons guilty of a second violation of driving under the
influence and to provide for certain penalties with regard to ignition
provide a weight tolerance for ice or snow buildup on vehicles.
HB 1198- require seat belts on certain
repeal the prohibition on certain objects dangling between a motor
vehicle driver and the vehicle's windshield.
Legislative Day 21
HB 1253- require changes in the motor
vehicle reciprocity agreement with Minnesota.
HB 1225- expand the range in which farm
vehicles are granted a limited exemption from highway weight
revise certain provisions regarding the information displayed on a
noncommercial motor vehicle license plate.
provide an exemption to the axle and weight limits if the total gross
weight of a vehicle is within the maximum limits.
HB 1218- repeal the prohibition on
certain objects dangling between a motor vehicle driver and the
Legislative Day 25
authorize a motorcycle to display a blue light as part of the
vehicle's rear brake light.
change the auction agency license plate fee
Legislative Day 28
SB 115 -
provide for a converted motor home title for certain motor vehicles
SB 120 -
revise the amount of time allowed for holders of title or lienholders
to reclaim certain abandoned, impounded, or junk motor vehicles
Legislative Day 29
SB 119 -
require owners of abandoned vehicles to pay for certain towing and
storage expenses and to provide a penalty for the intentional
abandonment of certain motor vehicles
revise the circumstances in which motor vehicle lamps are required to
be in use.
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