2012 Vermont Statutes
Title 23 Motor Vehicles
§ 1414 Reciprocal enforcement

23 V.S.A. § 1414. What's This?

§ 1414. Reciprocal enforcement

(a) It is the intent of the general assembly that the commissioner make a reasonable effort to reach agreement with the New England states and New York with respect to a uniform size and weight of motor vehicles to be allowed to operate on the public highways of those jurisdictions and Vermont. The agreement should, to the extent possible, find a balance between the free flow of commerce and the safety of the users on the highways.

(b) The commissioner may enter into agreements with other states, the District of Columbia and Canadian provinces providing for the reciprocal enforcement of the overweight or over dimension vehicle permit laws of those jurisdictions entering into the agreement. The agreement is allowed to conflict with sections 1400 through 1408 of this title provided that the overall effect of the interstate agreement maintains standards that are generally comparable to those presently in effect in Vermont, in which case the terms of the agreement shall govern as to vehicles issued permits pursuant to the agreement. (Added 1987, No. 95, § 1, eff. June 23, 1987; amended 1997, No. 46, § 4.)

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