HB 53 (BR 55) - T. Edmonds, F. Nesler, M. Rader
AN ACT relating to the titling of all-terrain vehicles.
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 186A to require the titling of all-terrain vehicles to be administered through the automated motor vehicle and titling registration system; establish that procedures for titling all-terrain vehicles be consistent with motor vehicle titling; establish guidelines for promulgation of regulations relating to titling of all-terrain vehicles; ensure the capability of receiving and discharging liens; amend KRS 186A.070 to require any state resident who purchases a new all-terrain vehicle or creates a security interest in an all-terrain vehicle after January 1, 2010, to apply for a certificate of title; prohibit the operation of an all-terrain vehicle on the roadway, except as provided by KRS 189.515.
HB 53 - AMENDMENTS
HCS - Retain original provisions of the bill with the following exceptions: amend Section 2 to explicitly prohibit an ATV from being registered in accordance with 186.020; add new Sections 3 and 4 to amend KRS 186A.130 and 186A.245 to set fees for titles for all terrain vehicles.
SFA (1, B. Leeper) - Retain original provisions with the following changes: require titling of an all-terrain vehicle only when a security interest is created; allow those who purchase an all-terrain vehicle without a security interest to apply for a title if desired; require that all all-terrain vehicle titles issued be transferred upon change of ownership, regardless of whether a security interest is created upon transfer.
SFA (2, E. Harris) - Move date for the implementation of the system from January 1, 2010 to July 1, 2010.
SFA (3, B. Smith) - Retain original provisions with the following changes: redistribute the $15 application fee for certificate of title for an all-terrain vehicle to provide that the Transportation Cabinet shall receive $6, the county clerk shall receive $6, and $3 shall go to the Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority for Adventure Tourism initiatives.
SFA (4, W. Blevins Jr.) - Retain original provisions with the following change; provide that $1 of the $15 application fee for certificate of title for an all-terrain vehicle shall go to the Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund established in KRS 211.472.
SFA (5, B. Smith) - Retain original provisions with the following changes: redistribute the $15 initial application fee for a certificate of title for an all-terrain vehicle so that the county clerk receives $6, the Transportation Cabinet receives $5, the Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority receives $3 for Adventure Tourism initiatives, and the Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund established in KRS 211.472 receives $1.
(Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)
Jan 6-introduced in House
Jan 7-to Transportation (H)
Feb 4-posted in committee
Feb 10-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
Feb 11-2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, February 12, 2009
Feb 12-3rd reading, passed 78-20 with Committee Substitute
Feb 13-received in Senate
Feb 23-to Transportation (S)
Mar 9-taken from committee; 1st reading; returned to Transportation (S); reported favorably, to Calendar
Mar 10-2nd reading, to Rules; floor amendments (1) (2) (3) (4) and (5) filed
Mar 11-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Wednesday, March 11, 2009; 3rd reading; floor amendments (1) (3) (4) and (5) withdrawn ; passed 20-17 with floor amendment (2) ; received in House
Mar 12-posted for passage for concurrence in Senate floor amendment (2); House concurred in Senate floor amendment (2) ; passed 63-29; enrolled, signed by Speaker of the House
Mar 13-enrolled, signed by President of the Senate; delivered to Governor
Mar 24-signed by Governor (Act ch. 64)