2007 California Vehicle Code Article 3. Reciprocity Agreements
CA Codes (veh:8000-8002)VEHICLE CODE
8000. The Reciprocity Commission may enter into agreements with foreign jurisdictions that provide for the exemption of fees for commercial vehicles if the foreign jurisdictions provide equivalent exemptions to vehicles registered in this state. The agreements shall be applicable to vehicles that are properly licensed and registered in the foreign jurisdictions. The commission may also enter into agreements that provide for the exemption of regulatory fees which are, or may be imposed, by the Public Utilities Code or the department. 8001. The Reciprocity Commission is authorized to examine the legal requirements of commercial vehicle registration fee statutes of foreign jurisdictions which grant reciprocal privileges to out-of-state vehicles but which do not authorize negotiations or execution of agreements. After examination of the statutes, the commission may declare the exemptions, benefits, and privileges that commercial vehicles registered in foreign jurisdictions shall be entitled to in this state. 8002. All reciprocity agreements, rules and regulations authorized by this chapter shall be in writing and shall be approved by endorsement by the Attorney General, as to legality only. An agreement shall become effective upon approval of the Attorney General and shall remain in effect until revoked by act of the commission.
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