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Horseless Carriage/Collector Plates Going Away?
There has been a bill introduced into the legislature to effectively do away with the benefits of having a collector plate on your vehicle. House Bill 1134 proposes a $30 annual renewal fee for Horseless Carriage and Collector plates. Please read the bill and if you are opposed to this new revenue measure by the state government, you need to contact your representatives in the legislature and let them know how you feel and how you want them to vote on this measure or if they have the horsepower, to kill it.
If you don’t know who your legislators are, you can call the legislator Hotline at 1-800-562-6000 and leave a short message of perhaps a couple sentences. The Hotline operators can identify your senator and two representatives from your name and address and send the message for you.
This bill has already been read on the floor of the House of Representatives and referred to the Committee on Transportation. Hopefully, with enough opposition, it will not make it out of committee.
Please share this information with other clubs and any other collector car friends you may have.
January 19, 2011