General Assembly: 77 (1997 Regular GA) - Chapter 109 - Repair of out-of-state commercial vehicles


Published: 1997-05-02

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199 LAWS OF THE SEVEN1Y-SEVENTH G.A., 1997 SESSION

CHAPTER 109 REPAIR OF OUT-OF-STATE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES

S.F.379

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AN ACT providing for maintenance and repair of out-of -state commercial motor vehicles.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. NEW SECTION. 307.31 REPAIR OF OUT-OF-STATE COMMERCIAL MO- TOR VEHICLES.

1. The operator of a commercial motor vehicle which is not registered within the state as required pursuant to chapter 321 or 326 or which does not have an interstate fuel permit, as required under chapter 452A, may enter the state and travel to a commercial vehicle dealer or repair facility and exit the state under the following circumstances:

a. If the commercial motor vehicle is entering the state solely for the purposes of mainte- nance and repair to the commercial motor vehicle and is exiting the state after having completed vehicle maintenance or repair.

b. If the operator has obtained a temporary entry or exit permit from the department. c. If the commercial motor vehicle is unladen. 2. The department shall provide a temporary entry and exit permit to a commercial motor

vehicle operator which authorizes the operator to enter and exit the state as allowed under this section. Any operator of a commercial motor vehicle who has in the operator's posses- sion, the permit allowing entry into the state and exit from the state, shall not be charged with a registration violation under chapter 321 or 326 or with a motor vehicle fuel tax violation under chapter 452A, except for violations of section 452A. 7 4A.

3. For purposes of this section, "commercial motor vehicle" means as defined in section 321.1, subsection II, paragraph "e", subparagraph (2).

Approved May 2, 1997

CHAPTER 110 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD

S.F.460

AN ACT relating to membership on the workforce development board and providing an effective date.

Be It Enacted by the GeneralAssembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 84A.IA, subsection I, Code 1997, is amended to read as follows: 1. An Iowa workforce development board is created, consisting of nine voting members

appointed by the governor and seYeft eight ex officio nonvoting members. The ex officio nonvoting members are four legislative members; one president or the president's designee of the university of northern Iowa, the university of Iowa, or Iowa state university of science and technology, designated by the state board of regents on a rotating basis; one represen- tative from the largest statewide public employees' organization representing state employ- ees; one president or the president's designee of an independent Iowa college. appointed by the Iowa association of independent colleges and universities; and one superintendent or