2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 2-50a. Motor vehicle number plates for legislators.
Sec. 2-50a. Motor vehicle number plates for legislators. The Commissioner of
Motor Vehicles shall issue, in respect to not more than two motor vehicles owned or
regularly used by each member of the General Assembly, on application by such member, on or before January fifteenth in the odd-numbered years, number plates bearing
the assembly district number or the senatorial district number, as the case may be, of
the member, and a distinguishing mark indicating his membership in either house of
the General Assembly; and the commissioner shall issue a certificate of registration, as
provided in section 14-12, in connection therewith. Such registration shall be valid,
subject to renewal, so long as the member remains a member of the General Assembly,
and thereafter the registration number and number plates, if any, which were assigned
to such motor vehicle before a registration and number plates were issued under this
section, shall be in effect. The provisions of this section shall apply to not more than
two motor vehicles regularly used by a member who is the president or a vice president
of a person, firm or corporation to which a license was issued in accordance with section
14-52, even if such member does not own a motor vehicle that is registered with the
Commissioner of Motor Vehicles in accordance with section 14-12.
History: 1967 act replaced "seat" with "assembly district" number and deleted the words "in the house of representatives"; 1971 act limited the number of cars allowed special number plates to two per member; P.A. 84-429 substituted reference to Sec. 14-12 for reference to Sec. 14-13; P.A. 93-341 amended section by adding provision limiting applicability to not more than two motor vehicles regularly used by a member of the general assembly even if the member does not own the motor vehicles, provided the member is the president or vice president of a person, firm or corporation to which a license was issued in accordance with Sec. 14-52, effective July 1, 1993.
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