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A. On application and completion of the form prescribed by section 28-2293, the department shall provide a nonresident daily commuter with an identification card that is valid for two years.
B. A motor vehicle is exempt from registration by this state if the following conditions are met:
1. The motor vehicle is operated pursuant to subsection A of this section and otherwise in accordance with this article.
2. The motor vehicle is a passenger vehicle or an unladen truck.
3. The motor vehicle is licensed in a contiguous state and is used to commute into this state to a destination within a corridor in this state that parallels the border between this state and the contiguous state and that extends not more than thirty-five air miles into this state from the border at any point.
C. The privilege accorded by subsection A of this section is revoked if the motor vehicle is operated for commuter purposes beyond the thirty-five mile corridor.
D. The department may charge a fee of not more than eight dollars for each motor vehicle exempt from registration pursuant to this section, as necessary, to recover the costs of administering this article.