2017 Revised Code of Washington
Title 46 - MOTOR VEHICLES
46.18 Special license plates.
46.18.265 Military affiliate radio system license plates.

RCW 46.18.265 Military affiliate radio system license plates.

(1) A registered owner who has a valid military affiliate radio system station license may apply to the department for special license plates for use on only one motor vehicle owned by the qualified applicant. The applicant must:

(a) Be a resident of this state;

(b) Provide a copy of the current official military affiliate radio system station license authorized by the department of defense and issued by the United States army, air force, navy, or marine corps;

(c) Be recorded as the registered owner of the motor vehicle on which the military affiliate radio system license plates will be displayed; and

(d) Pay the military affiliate radio system license plate fee required under *RCW 46.17.220(1)(l), in addition to any other fees or taxes required by law.

(2) A person who has been issued military affiliate radio system license plates as provided in this section must:

(a) Notify the department if the military affiliate radio system station license assigned is canceled or expires; and

(b) Provide a copy of the renewed military affiliate radio system station license to the department when it is renewed.

(3) Military affiliate radio system license plates:

(a) Are not available for motorcycles; and

(b) May be transferred from one motor vehicle to another motor vehicle owned by the military affiliate radio system operator upon application to the department, county auditor or other agent, or subagent appointed by the director.

[ 2010 c 161 § 624.]

NOTES:

*Reviser's note: RCW 46.17.220 was amended by 2012 c 65 § 4, changing subsection (1)(l) to subsection (1)(m), effective January 1, 2013. RCW 46.17.220 was subsequently amended by 2014 c 77 § 2, changing subsection (1)(m) to subsection (1)(n), effective January 1, 2015. RCW 46.17.220 was subsequently amended by 2017 c 25 § 2, changing subsection (1)(n) to subsection (1)(o), effective October 1, 2017.

Effective date—Intent—Legislation to reconcile chapter 161, Laws of 2010 and other amendments made during the 2010 legislative session—2010 c 161: See notes following RCW 46.04.013.

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