This bill increases fees related to driver licenses, driver permits, identification cards and motor vehicles. Provides that registration period for new mopeds and motorcycles is two years instead of four years
This bill effectively raises fees across the board on the various services that the DMV offers, but most steeply impacts our truck drivers—raising their cost of entry into the profession at a time the state is investing in trying to get more drivers into the profession. A CDL will jump from $75 to $160, with testing going from $70 to $145.
This bill passed the House with just the minimum 31 votes required, indicating even Democrats were reluctant to pass such egregious fees on to their constituents.