Within ten days after the end of each month, a county recorder shall remit to the commission the all-terrain vehicle and snowmobile fees collected by the recorder during the previous month. Before January 10 of odd-numbered years, a recorder shall remit unused license forms from the previous biennium to the commission.
The department shall remit the fees to the treasurer of state, who shall place the money in a special conservation fund. The money is appropriated to the department for the all-terrain vehicle and snowmobile programs of the state. All-terrain vehicle fees shall be used only for all-terrain vehicle programs and snowmobile fees shall be used only for snowmobile programs. Joint programs shall be supported from both types of fees on a usage basis. The all-terrain vehicle and snowmobile programs shall include grants, subgrants, contracts, or cost-sharing of all-terrain vehicle and snowmobile programs with political subdivisions or incorporated private organizations or both in accordance with rules adopted by the commission. All all-terrain vehicle programs using cost-sharing, grants, subgrants, or contracts shall establish and implement a safety instruction program either singly or in cooperation with other all-terrain vehicle programs. At least fifty percent of the special fund shall be available for political subdivisions or incorporated private organizations or both. Moneys from the special fund not used by the political subdivisions or incorporated private organizations or both shall remain in the all-terrain vehicle or snowmobile accounts. The department may use funds from these accounts for the administration of the all-terrain vehicle and snowmobile programs.
[C71, 73, 75, 77, 79, 81, S81, § 321G.7; 81 Acts, ch 113, § 6]
89 Acts, ch 102, § 2; 89 Acts, ch 244, §12
Referred to in § 321G.1, 321G.16, 321G.30, 321G.32, 331.427
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