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TITLE 43TRANSPORTATION
PART 10TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
CHAPTER 219OVERSIZE AND OVERWEIGHT VEHICLES AND LOADS
SUBCHAPTER BGENERAL PERMITS
RULE §219.17Multi-state Permitting Agreements

(a) Agreements with other jurisdictions. In accordance with Texas Transportation Code §621.003, the director may enter into an agreement with the proper authority of another state that authorizes that authority to issue a permit on behalf of the department and authorizes the department to issue a permit on behalf of the proper authority of the other state. The agreement must be reviewed by the department's Office of General Counsel, before signing by the director.

(b) Permit fees.

  (1) Permit fees collected by the department for another state under an agreement with another state shall be remitted to the state treasurer for deposit to the credit of an account in the general revenue fund to be known as the permit distributive account.

  (2) Fees for a permit issued by the department under authority of an agreement on behalf of another state will be assessed as outlined by the agreement.

  (3) Another state issuing a permit on behalf of this state shall collect fees for this state based on Texas laws and administrative rules.

(c) Validity of permit issued by proper authority in another state.

  (1) A permit issued by the proper authority in another state under an agreement entered into by the director and that authority has the same validity in this state as a permit issued by the department.

  (2) The holder of a permit issued by the proper authority in another state is subject to all applicable laws of this state and all applicable rules of the department.


Source Note: The provisions of this §219.17 adopted to be effective December 26, 1995, 20 TexReg 10656; transferred effective January 1, 2012, as published in the Texas Register January 27, 2012, 37 TexReg 359

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