Wyoming Introduces Bill to Increase Registration Fees
Legislation (H.B. 70) has been introduced in the Wyoming legislature to increase annual vehicle registration fees by $10 for passenger vehicles and double registration fees based on unladen vehicle weight for non-commercial trucks. For example, the registration fee for a vehicle weighing 6,001 pounds or more would rise from $60 to $120.
We Urge You to Contact Members of the Wyoming House Revenue Committee (List Attached Below) Immediately to Request Their Opposition to H.B. 70
Under Wyoming law, “passenger car” means a motor vehicle designed to carry ten persons or less and primarily used to transport persons, including ambulances and hearses but excluding motorcycles, motor homes, multipurpose vehicles, trucks and school buses.
Non-commercial trucks subject to the doubled registration fees include personal pickup trucks.
H.B. 70 makes no special exception for antiques, custom vehicles or street rods that constitute a small portion of the vehicle fleet, are infrequently operated and deserving of lower registration fees.
DON’T DELAY! Please contact members of the Wyoming House Revenue Committee immediately by phone or e-mail to request their opposition to H.B. 70.
Please e-mail a copy of your letter to Steve McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please forward this Alert to your fellow car enthusiasts. Urge them to join the SAN and help defend the hobby! Thank you for your assistance.
Wyoming House Revenue Committee
To e-mail all Committee members, copy and paste the email address block below:
Mike.Madden@wyoleg.gov; Gregg.Blikre@wyoleg.gov; John.Eklund@wyoleg.gov; email@example.com; Dan.Kirkbride@wyoleg.gov; Bunky.Loucks@wyoleg.gov; David.Northrup@wyoleg.gov; Ruth.Petroff@wyoleg.gov; Mark.Semlek@wyoleg.gov
Representative Michael Madden (Chair)
Representative Gregg Blikre
Representative John Eklund
Representative Patrick Goggles
Representative Dan Kirkbride
Representative Bunky Loucks
Representative David Northrup
Representative Ruth Petroff
Representative Mark Semlek