Bill Summary for S 432 (2019-2020)

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Mar 28 2019

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 432 (Public) Filed Thursday, March 28, 2019
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE SKATING RINKS, BOWLING ALLEYS, AND VENUES FOR RECEPTIONS OR PARTIES TO RESUME OPERATIONS AND TO AUTHORIZE OUTDOOR STADIUMS OPERATING RESTAURANTS TO OFFER AND OPERATE OUTDOOR DINING AND BEVERAGE SERVICE OPTIONS WHILE ALSO SAFEGUARDING THE PUBLIC HEALTH TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19).
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Identical to H 179, filed 2/26/19.

Amends the following laws in GS Chapter 20 to regulate mini-trucks.

Adds mini-truck to the defined terms in GS 20-4.01, defining the term, as a type of passenger vehicle, to mean a motor vehicle designed, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and having four wheels, an engine displacement of 660cc or less, and physical measurements not exceeding those specified. 

Amends GS 20-87(12) concerning registration fees for low-speed vehicles, setting the registration fee for mini-trucks to be the same as the fee for private passenger vehicles of not more than 15 passengers (identical to the fee for low-speed vehicles). Adds that low-speed vehicle and mini-truck rentals are to have the same registration fee charged for U-drive-it automobiles.

Amends GS 20-121.1, expanding the provisions regarding the operation of low-speed vehicles on certain roadways, including those on registration and insurance, to also apply to the operation of mini-trucks. Limits the operation of mini-trucks to streets and highways with a 55 miles per hour or less speed limit. Requires the road safety equipment of low-speed vehicles and mini-trucks, such as headlamps, turn signal lamps, reflectors, windshield wipers, speedometers, and seatbelts, be maintained in working order . Prohibits mini-trucks from antique vehicle or historic vehicle qualification under GS 20-79.4(b).

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