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A. The department may issue a one trip registration permit that allows a person to operate an unregistered vehicle or a vehicle with a suspended registration from a specified origin to a specified destination.
B. The one trip registration permit is valid only for the following purposes:
1. Vehicle emissions inspection.
2. Registration or titling.
3. Vehicle inspection by the registering officer.
4. Vehicle repair to comply with an emissions inspection or inspection by the registering officer.
5. Movement of a vehicle by a licensed wholesale motor vehicle dealer only if the wholesale motor vehicle dealer does not have valid dealer license plates issued pursuant to section 28-4533, subsection B, paragraph 3.
C. A person operating a vehicle with a one trip registration permit shall comply with the mandatory motor vehicle insurance requirements of this state prescribed in chapter 9 of this title.
D. The department shall prescribe the content and form of the one trip registration permit. The owner or operator of the vehicle shall display the one trip registration permit so that it is clearly visible from outside the vehicle.
E. Except for permits issued to licensed wholesale motor vehicle dealers under this section, the registering officer shall not issue more than three one trip registration permits for a vehicle in a twelve month period. The registering officer shall issue a one trip registration permit for not more than three days, excluding weekends and holidays.
F. The fee for the one trip registration permit is prescribed in section 28-2003. The department shall deposit the fee in the state highway fund established by section 28-6991.