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28-2261 - Alternative proportional registration agreements; authority
28-2261. Alternative proportional registration agreements; authority
A. In lieu of the registration required by section 28-2153, in lieu of international proportional registration pursuant to article 7 of this chapter and notwithstanding section 28-2321, the director may provide for the apportionment of registration and other fees for resident or nonresident fleets of apportionable commercial vehicles that are engaged in interstate and intrastate commerce between this state and another state or states in which fleets operate in accordance with a proportional registration agreement pursuant to this article.
B. The director may enter into proportional registration agreements with another state or states providing that residents of the other state or states who operate a commercial vehicle may allocate and apportion the registration and other fees and taxes for the commercial vehicle prescribed in sections 28-2003, 28-5433, 28-5471 and 28-5801 pursuant to a formula agreed on by the director and the other state or states.
C. The director may enter into an agreement pursuant to this article if residents of this state are granted the same allocation and apportionment privileges for commercial motor vehicles registered in the other state or states. An agreement, arrangement, declaration or amendment entered into pursuant to this article shall be in writing and is not effective until filed with the department.