2013 Maryland Code
TRANSPORTATION
§ 13-921 - Single unit (two or more axles): Class E (truck) vehicles -- Farm truck registration


MD Transp Code § 13-921 (2013) What's This?

§13-921.

(a) In this section, “farm truck” means a farm vehicle that:

(1) Is a Class E (truck) vehicle; and

(2) Has a shipping weight of its chassis and battery, as certified by the manufacturer, of more than 3/4 ton.

(b) On application, the Administration shall issue a Class E “farm truck registration” to any applicant who certifies:

(1) That the applicant is a farmer; and

(2) That the vehicle for which the application is made is a farm truck, specifying its proposed use.

(c) For each vehicle registered under this section, the annual registration fee is based on the maximum gross vehicle weight, as follows:

Maximum Gross Weight
Limit (in Pounds)

Fee (per 1,000 Pounds
or Fraction Thereof)

10,000 (minimum) - 40,000

$5.00

40,001 - 65,000 (maximum)

$5.25

(d) Except as provided in § 8-602(c) of this article, a vehicle registered under this section may not be used:

(1) For hire except to haul farm products for another farmer; or

(2) In any manner other than as a farm truck.

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