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HB 86 (BR 145) - M. Marzian, B. Montell

     AN ACT relating to vehicles.
     Amend KRS 189.520 to define operation of a vehicle as having physical control of the steering and braking if the vehicle is not a motor vehicle; exclude a person using muscular power to propel a vehicle from this definition of "operate" if that person is not in physical control of the steering or braking of the vehicle; amend KRS 222.202 to exempt from the definition of drinking in a public place any person who is using muscular power to propel but not operate a passenger coach or other passenger vehicle.

HB 86 - AMENDMENTS


     HCS - Amend to clarify the prohibitions relating to the consumption of alcoholic beverages in vehicles.
     HFA (1/P, D. Keene) - Retain original provisions, amend KRS 189A.005 to define "ignition interlock license"; amend KRS 189A.070 to require enrollment in an alcohol or substance abuse education or treatment program prior to issuance of an ignition interlock device and allow a person with a revoked license to petition the court to reduce the revocation period after 12 months based upon the number of days the person held an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.085 to allow persons with a second or subsequent conviction for DUI to install an ignition interlock device, rather than having the license plates of vehicles impounded; amend KRS 189A.090 to allow a person with a revoked or suspended license to operate a motor vehicle with an ignition interlock license, and grant the court discretion in determining eligibility after incarceration; amend KRS 189A.105 to allow for an ignition interlock license during a suspension of a driver's license; amend KRS 189A.107 allow for the issuance of an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.200 to allow the court to authorize a person to apply for an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.340 to stipulate that, at the conclusion of a license revocation, any license the person is issued shall restrict him or her to a vehicle or motorcycle equipped with an ignition interlock device, and specify ignition interlock periods; amend KRS 189A.400 to assign jurisdiction over ignition interlock licenses to the District Court; amend KRS 189A.410 to delete requirements for a hardship driving privilege and allow for an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.420 to require a sworn, notarized statement from an employer prior to authorizing an ignition interlock license and delete requirements for hardship driving privileges; amend KRS 189A.440 to stipulate that any person with an ignition interlock license shall only operate vehicles authorized on the license; amend KRS 189A.450 to require a nonrefundable application fee not to exceed the cost of issuing the ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.460 to require the Transportation Cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations and license application forms for ignition interlock licenses; amend KRS 189A.240 and KRS 189A.250 to conform; repeal KRS 189A.430.
     HFA (2/P, D. Keene) - Retain original provisions, amend KRS 189A.005 to define "ignition interlock license," amend KRS 189A.070 to require enrollment in an alcohol or substance abuse education or treatment program prior to issuance of an ignition interlock device and allow a person with a revoked license to petition the court to reduce the revocation period after 12 months based upon the number of days the person held an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.085 to allow persons with a second or subsequent conviction for DUI to install an ignition interlock device, rather than having the license plates of vehicles impounded; amend KRS 189A.090 to allow a person with a revoked or suspended license to operate a motor vehicle with an ignition interlock license, grant the court discretion in determining eligibility after incarceration; amend KRS 189A.105 to allow for an ignition interlock license during a suspension of a driver's license; amend KRS 189A.107 allow for the issuance of an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.200 to allow the court to authorize a person to apply for an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.340 to stipulate that, at the conclusion of a license revocation, any license the person is issued shall restrict them to a vehicle or motorcycle equipped with an ignition interlock device, specify ignition interlock periods; amend KRS 189A.400 to assign jurisdiction over ignition interlock licenses to the District Court; amend KRS 189A.410 to delete requirements for a hardship driving privilege and allow for an ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.420 require a sworn, notarized statement from an employer prior to authorizing an ignition interlock license and delete requirements for hardship driving privileges; amend KRS 189A.440 to stipulate that any person with an ignition interlock license shall only operate vehicles authorized on the license; amend KRS 189A.450 to require a nonrefundable application fee not to exceed the cost of issuing the ignition interlock license; amend KRS 189A.460 to require the Transportation Cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations and license application forms for ignition interlock licenses; amend KRS 189A.240 and KRS 189A.250 to conform; repeal KRS 189A.430.
     HFA (3, T. Riner) - Amend to create a mandatory liability insurance coverage requirement.
     HFA (4, T. Riner) - Create a new section of KRS 189 to define the term "Commercial Quadricycle"; require the Transportation Cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations to set forth safety standards for commercial quadricycles; require the cabinet to inspect commercial quadricycles annually; allow the charging of a fee of up to $100 for inspection; outline requirements of the inspection; prohibit the operation of a commercial quadricycle without a current inspection sticker; set fines for violations.
     HFA (5, B. Montell) - Create a new section of KRS Chapter 65 to define the term "commercial quadricycle"; require that before a commercial quadricycle can be operated on a public highway, the unit of local government in which the vehicle operates shall adopt an ordinance to set forth standards for the licensing, operation, insurance coverage, safety inspections, and operation of commercial quadricycles.

     (Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)

     Jan 7-introduced in House; to Judiciary (H)
     Feb 4-posting waived
     Feb 12-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
     Feb 13-2nd reading, to Rules
     Feb 14-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Tuesday, February 18, 2014; floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendment (2) filed
     Feb 18-floor amendments (3) and (4) filed to Committee Substitute
     Feb 24-floor amendment (5) filed to Committee Substitute
     Mar 6-3rd reading, passed 61-29 with Committee Substitute, floor amendment (5)
     Mar 7-received in Senate
     Mar 11-to Transportation (S)

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