Farm Vehicle Registration Bill Moves Forward

State Representative Tim Dore

State Representative Tim Dore

On Wednesday, February 4th, the House Transportation Committee passed HB15-1014.  This bill, which sets a 24-month interval for registration on seasonal farming vehicles, is sponsored by Representative Dore of House District 64.

The bill, which passed committee on a 12-1 vote, effectively halves registration fees for seasonal farm vehicles, is lauded throughout the state as a needed aid to Colorado’s rural communities.  The legislation was supported by the Farm Bureau and many of their various members.

Representative Dore is excited to see his bill head to the house floor as he works to support the vital rural communities throughout his district.  Representative Dore stated, “One of the biggest issues I hear as I travel throughout my district is the cost of registering motor vehicles.  While this bill doesn’t affect all fees, it starts the process of addressing the issue—especially for our hard working farm families.”

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