House File 2213 - Enrolled

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  1  1                                             HOUSE FILE 2213
  1  2
  1  3                             AN ACT
  1  4 RELATING TO TECHNICAL MATTERS CONCERNING THE REGULATION OF
  1  5    MOTOR VEHICLES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND
  1  6    PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
  1  7
  1  8 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:
  1  9
  1 10    Section 1.  Section 321.1, subsection 6B, Code 2007, is
  1 11 amended to read as follows:
  1 12    6B.  "Bona fide residence" or "bona fide address" means the
  1 13 current street or highway address of an individual's
  1 14 residence.  The bona fide residence of a person with more than
  1 15 one dwelling is the dwelling for which the person claims a
  1 16 homestead tax credit under chapter 425, if applicable.  The
  1 17 bona fide residence of a homeless person is a primary
  1 18 nighttime residence meeting one of the criteria listed in
  1 19 section 48A.2, subsection 2.
  1 20    Sec. 2.  Section 321.1, Code 2007, is amended by adding the
  1 21 following new subsection:
  1 22    NEW SUBSECTION.  12A.  "Completed motor vehicle" means a
  1 23 motor vehicle which does not require any additional
  1 24 manufacturing operations to perform its intended function
  1 25 except the addition of readily attachable equipment,
  1 26 components, or minor finishing operations.
  1 27    Sec. 3.  Section 321.1, subsection 37, Code 2007, is
  1 28 amended to read as follows:
  1 29    37.  "Manufacturer" means every person engaged in the
  1 30 business of fabricating or assembling vehicles of a type
  1 31 required to be registered.  It does not include a person who
  1 32 converts, modifies, or alters a completed motor vehicle
  1 33 manufactured by another person.  It includes a person who uses
  1 34 a completed motor vehicle manufactured by another person to
  1 35 construct a class "B" motor home as defined in section
  2  1 321.124.
  2  2    "Completed motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle which does
  2  3 not require any additional manufacturing operations to perform
  2  4 its intended function except the addition of readily
  2  5 attachable equipment, components, or minor finishing
  2  6 operations.
  2  7    "Final stage manufacturer" means a person who performs such
  2  8 manufacturing operations on an incomplete vehicle that it
  2  9 becomes a completed vehicle.  A final stage manufacturer shall
  2 10 furnish to the department a document which identifies that the
  2 11 vehicle was incomplete prior to that manufacturing operation.
  2 12 The identification shall include the name of the incomplete
  2 13 vehicle manufacturer, the date of manufacture, and the vehicle
  2 14 identification number to ascertain that the document applies
  2 15 to a particular incomplete vehicle.
  2 16    "Incomplete vehicle" means an assemblage, as a minimum,
  2 17 consisting of a frame and chassis structure, power train,
  2 18 steering system, suspension system, and braking system, to the
  2 19 extent that those systems are to be a part of the completed
  2 20 vehicle, that requires further manufacturing operations, other
  2 21 than the addition of readily attachable equipment, components,
  2 22 or minor finishing operations.
  2 23    Sec. 4.  Section 321.10, unnumbered paragraph 1, Code 2007,
  2 24 is amended to read as follows:
  2 25    The director and officers of the department designated by
  2 26 the director are authorized to prepare under the seal of the
  2 27 department and provide upon request a certified copy of any
  2 28 record of the department, charging a fee of fifty cents for
  2 29 each document so authenticated, and every such certified copy
  2 30 shall be admissible in any proceeding in any court in like
  2 31 manner as the original and shall be considered to be true and
  2 32 accurate unless shown otherwise by an objecting party.  The
  2 33 seal of the department may be applied electronically on
  2 34 certified copies of records.
  2 35    Sec. 5.  Section 321.20, subsection 1, paragraph d, Code
  3  1 2007, is amended to read as follows:
  3  2    d.  A statement of the applicant's title and of all liens
  3  3 or encumbrances upon the vehicle and the names and bona fide
  3  4 mailing addresses of all persons having any interest in the
  3  5 vehicle and the nature of every such interest.  When the
  3  6 application refers to a new vehicle, it shall be accompanied
  3  7 by a manufacturer's or importer's certificate duly assigned as
  3  8 provided in section 321.45.
  3  9    Sec. 6.  Section 321.24, subsection 3, Code Supplement
  3 10 2007, is amended to read as follows:
  3 11    3.  The certificate of title shall contain upon its face
  3 12 the identical information required upon the face of the
  3 13 registration receipt.  In addition, the certificate of title
  3 14 shall contain a statement of the owner's title, the title
  3 15 number assigned to the owner or owners of the vehicle, the
  3 16 amount of tax paid pursuant to section 423.26, the name and
  3 17 address of the previous owner, and a statement of all security
  3 18 interests and encumbrances as shown in the application, upon
  3 19 the vehicle described, including the nature of the security
  3 20 interest, date of perfection, and name and mailing address of
  3 21 the secured party.
  3 22    Sec. 7.  Section 321.30, subsection 1, Code Supplement
  3 23 2007, is amended by adding the following new paragraph:
  3 24    NEW PARAGRAPH.  m.  If the applicant is under eighteen
  3 25 years of age, unless the applicant has an Iowa driver's
  3 26 license or the application is being made by more than one
  3 27 applicant and one of the applicants is at least eighteen years
  3 28 of age.
  3 29    Sec. 8.  Section 321.30, subsection 3, Code Supplement
  3 30 2007, is amended to read as follows:
  3 31    3.  The department or the county treasurer shall refuse
  3 32 registration of a vehicle on the following grounds:
  3 33    a.  If the applicant is under the age of eighteen years,
  3 34 unless the applicant has an Iowa driver's license or the
  3 35 application is being made by more than one applicant and one
  4  1 of the applicants is at least eighteen years of age.
  4  2    b.  If if the applicant for registration of the vehicle has
  4  3 failed to pay the required registration fees of any vehicle
  4  4 owned or previously owned when the registration fee was
  4  5 required to be paid by the applicant, and for which vehicle
  4  6 the registration was suspended or revoked under section
  4  7 321.101, subsection 1, paragraph "d", or section 321.101A,
  4  8 until the fees are paid together with any accrued penalties.
  4  9    Sec. 9.  Section 321.34, subsection 16, unnumbered
  4 10 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2007, is amended to read as
  4 11 follows:
  4 12    An owner referred to in subsection 12 who is a member of
  4 13 the national guard, as defined in chapter 29A, may, upon
  4 14 written application to the department, order special
  4 15 registration plates with a national guard processed emblem
  4 16 with the emblem designed by the department in cooperation with
  4 17 the adjutant general which emblem signifies that the applicant
  4 18 is a member of the national guard.  The application shall be
  4 19 approved by the department in consultation with the adjutant
  4 20 general.  The special plate fees collected by the director
  4 21 under subsection 12, paragraph paragraphs "a" and "c", from
  4 22 the issuance and annual validation of letter=number designated
  4 23 and personalized national guard plates shall be paid monthly
  4 24 to the treasurer of state and credited to the road use tax
  4 25 fund.  Notwithstanding section 423.43, and prior to the
  4 26 crediting of revenues to the road use tax fund under section
  4 27 423.43, subsection 1, paragraph "b", the treasurer of state
  4 28 shall transfer monthly from those revenues to the veterans
  4 29 license fee fund created in section 35A.11 the amount of the
  4 30 special fees collected under subsection 12, paragraph "a", in
  4 31 the previous month for national guard plates.  Special
  4 32 registration plates with a national guard processed emblem
  4 33 shall be surrendered, as provided in subsection 12, in
  4 34 exchange for regular registration plates upon termination of
  4 35 the owner's membership in the active national guard.
  5  1    Sec. 10.  Section 321.34, subsection 17, unnumbered
  5  2 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2007, is amended to read as
  5  3 follows:
  5  4    An owner referred to in subsection 12 who was at Pearl
  5  5 Harbor, Hawaii, as a member of the armed services of the
  5  6 United States on December 7, 1941, may, upon written
  5  7 application to the department, order special registration
  5  8 plates with a Pearl Harbor processed emblem.  The emblem shall
  5  9 be designed by the department in consultation with service
  5 10 organizations.  The application is subject to approval by the
  5 11 department.  The special plate fees collected by the director
  5 12 under subsection 12, paragraph paragraphs "a" and "c", from
  5 13 the issuance and annual validation of letter=number designated
  5 14 and personalized Pearl Harbor plates shall be paid monthly to
  5 15 the treasurer of state and credited to the road use tax fund.
  5 16 Notwithstanding section 423.43, and prior to the crediting of
  5 17 revenues to the road use tax fund under section 423.43,
  5 18 subsection 1, paragraph "b", the treasurer of state shall
  5 19 transfer monthly from those revenues to the veterans license
  5 20 fee fund created in section 35A.11 the amount of the special
  5 21 fees collected under subsection 12, paragraph "a", in the
  5 22 previous month for Pearl Harbor plates.
  5 23    Sec. 11.  Section 321.34, subsection 18, unnumbered
  5 24 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2007, is amended to read as
  5 25 follows:
  5 26    An owner referred to in subsection 12 who was awarded a
  5 27 purple heart medal by the United States government for wounds
  5 28 received in military or naval combat against an armed enemy of
  5 29 the United States may, upon written application to the
  5 30 department and presentation of satisfactory proof of the award
  5 31 of the purple heart medal, order special registration plates
  5 32 with a purple heart processed emblem.  The design of the
  5 33 emblem shall include a representation of a purple heart medal
  5 34 and ribbon.  The application is subject to approval by the
  5 35 department in consultation with the adjutant general.  The
  6  1 special plate fees collected by the director under subsection
  6  2 12, paragraph paragraphs "a" and "c", from the issuance and
  6  3 annual validation of letter=number designated and personalized
  6  4 purple heart plates shall be paid monthly to the treasurer of
  6  5 state and credited to the road use tax fund.  Notwithstanding
  6  6 section 423.43, and prior to the crediting of revenues to the
  6  7 road use tax fund under section 423.43, subsection 1,
  6  8 paragraph "b", the treasurer of state shall transfer monthly
  6  9 from those revenues to the veterans license fee fund created
  6 10 in section 35A.11 the amount of the special fees collected
  6 11 under subsection 12, paragraph "a", in the previous month for
  6 12 purple heart plates.
  6 13    Sec. 12.  Section 321.34, subsection 19, unnumbered
  6 14 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2007, is amended to read as
  6 15 follows:
  6 16    An owner referred to in subsection 12 who is a retired
  6 17 member of the United States armed forces may, upon written
  6 18 application to the department and upon presentation of
  6 19 satisfactory proof of membership, order special registration
  6 20 plates with a United States armed forces retired processed
  6 21 emblem.  The emblem shall be designed by the department in
  6 22 consultation with service organizations.  The application is
  6 23 subject to approval by the department.  For purposes of this
  6 24 subsection, a person is considered to be retired if the person
  6 25 is recognized by the United States armed forces as retired
  6 26 from the United States armed forces.  The special plate fees
  6 27 collected by the director under subsection 12, paragraph
  6 28 paragraphs "a" and "c", from the issuance and annual
  6 29 validation of letter=number designated and personalized armed
  6 30 forces retired plates shall be paid monthly to the treasurer
  6 31 of state and credited to the road use tax fund.
  6 32 Notwithstanding section 423.43, and prior to the crediting of
  6 33 revenues to the road use tax fund under section 423.43,
  6 34 subsection 1, paragraph "b", the treasurer of state shall
  6 35 transfer monthly from those revenues to the veterans license
  7  1 fee fund created in section 35A.11 the amount of the special
  7  2 fees collected under subsection 12, paragraph "a", in the
  7  3 previous month for armed forces retired plates.
  7  4    Sec. 13.  Section 321.34, subsection 20, unnumbered
  7  5 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2007, is amended to read as
  7  6 follows:
  7  7    An owner referred to in subsection 12 who was awarded a
  7  8 silver or a bronze star by the United States government, may,
  7  9 upon written application to the department and presentation of
  7 10 satisfactory proof of the award of the silver or bronze star,
  7 11 order special registration plates with a silver or bronze star
  7 12 processed emblem.  The emblem shall be designed by the
  7 13 department in consultation with the adjutant general.  The
  7 14 special plate fees collected by the director under subsection
  7 15 12, paragraph paragraphs "a" and "c", from the issuance and
  7 16 annual validation of letter=number designated and personalized
  7 17 silver star and bronze star plates shall be paid monthly to
  7 18 the treasurer of state and credited to the road use tax fund.
  7 19 Notwithstanding section 423.43, and prior to the crediting of
  7 20 revenues to the road use tax fund under section 423.43,
  7 21 subsection 1, paragraph "b", the treasurer of state shall
  7 22 transfer monthly from those revenues to the veterans license
  7 23 fee fund created in section 35A.11 the amount of the special
  7 24 fees collected under subsection 12, paragraph "a", in the
  7 25 previous month for silver star and bronze star plates.
  7 26    Sec. 14.  Section 321.34, subsection 20A, unnumbered
  7 27 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2007, is amended to read as
  7 28 follows:
  7 29    An owner referred to in subsection 12 who was awarded a
  7 30 distinguished service cross, a navy cross, or an air force
  7 31 cross by the United States government may, upon written
  7 32 application to the department and presentation of satisfactory
  7 33 proof of the award, order special registration plates with a
  7 34 distinguished service cross, navy cross, or air force cross
  7 35 processed emblem.  The emblem shall be designed by the
  8  1 department in consultation with the adjutant general.  The
  8  2 special plate fees collected by the director under subsection
  8  3 12, paragraph paragraphs "a" and "c", from the issuance and
  8  4 annual validation of letter=number designated and personalized
  8  5 distinguished service cross, navy cross, and air force cross
  8  6 plates shall be paid monthly to the treasurer of state and
  8  7 credited to the road use tax fund.  Notwithstanding section
  8  8 423.43, and prior to the crediting of revenues to the road use
  8  9 tax fund under section 423.43, subsection 1, paragraph "b",
  8 10 the treasurer of state shall transfer monthly from those
  8 11 revenues to the veterans license fee fund created in section
  8 12 35A.11 the amount of the special fees collected under
  8 13 subsection 12, paragraph "a", in the previous month for
  8 14 distinguished service cross, navy cross, and air force cross
  8 15 plates.
  8 16    Sec. 15.  Section 321.34, subsection 20B, unnumbered
  8 17 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2007, is amended to read as
  8 18 follows:
  8 19    An owner referred to in subsection 12 who was awarded a
  8 20 soldier's medal, a navy and marine corps medal, or an airman's
  8 21 medal by the United States government may, upon written
  8 22 application to the department and presentation of satisfactory
  8 23 proof of the award, order special registration plates with a
  8 24 soldier's medal, navy and marine corps medal, or airman's
  8 25 medal processed emblem.  The emblem shall be designed by the
  8 26 department in consultation with the adjutant general.  The
  8 27 special plate fees collected by the director under subsection
  8 28 12, paragraph paragraphs "a" and "c", from the issuance and
  8 29 annual validation of letter=number designated and personalized
  8 30 soldier's medal, navy and marine corps medal, and airman's
  8 31 medal plates shall be paid monthly to the treasurer of state
  8 32 and credited to the road use tax fund.  Notwithstanding
  8 33 section 423.43, and prior to the crediting of revenues to the
  8 34 road use tax fund under section 423.43, subsection 1,
  8 35 paragraph "b", the treasurer of state shall transfer monthly
  9  1 from those revenues to the veterans license fee fund created
  9  2 in section 35A.11 the amount of the special fees collected
  9  3 under subsection 12, paragraph "a", in the previous month for
  9  4 soldier's medal, navy and marine corps medal, and airman's
  9  5 medal plates.
  9  6    Sec. 16.  Section 321.34, subsection 24, Code Supplement
  9  7 2007, is amended to read as follows:
  9  8    24.  GOLD STAR PLATES.  An owner referred to in subsection
  9  9 12 who is the surviving spouse, parent, child, or sibling of a
  9 10 deceased member of the United States armed forces who died
  9 11 while serving on active duty during a time of military
  9 12 conflict may order special registration plates bearing a gold
  9 13 star emblem upon written application to the department
  9 14 accompanied by satisfactory supporting documentation as
  9 15 determined by the department.  The gold star emblem shall be
  9 16 designed by the department in cooperation with the commission
  9 17 of veterans affairs.  The special plate fees collected by the
  9 18 director under subsection 12, paragraph paragraphs "a" and
  9 19 "c", from the issuance and annual validation of letter=number
  9 20 designated and personalized gold star plates shall be paid
  9 21 monthly to the treasurer of state and credited to the road use
  9 22 tax fund.  Notwithstanding section 423.43, and prior to the
  9 23 crediting of revenues to the road use tax fund under section
  9 24 423.43, subsection 1, paragraph "b", the treasurer of state
  9 25 shall transfer monthly from those revenues to the veterans
  9 26 license fee fund created in section 35A.11 the amount of the
  9 27 special fees collected under subsection 12, paragraph "a", in
  9 28 the previous month for gold star plates.
  9 29    Sec. 17.  Section 321.52, subsection 4, paragraph c, Code
  9 30 Supplement 2007, is amended to read as follows:
  9 31    c.  A salvage theft examination shall be made by a peace
  9 32 officer who has been specially certified and recertified when
  9 33 required by the Iowa law enforcement academy to do salvage
  9 34 theft examinations.  The Iowa law enforcement academy shall
  9 35 determine standards for training and certification, conduct
 10  1 training, and may approve alternative training programs which
 10  2 satisfy the academy's standards for training and
 10  3 certification.  The owner of the salvage vehicle shall make
 10  4 the vehicle available for examination at a time and location
 10  5 designated by the peace officer doing the examination.  The
 10  6 owner may obtain a permit to drive the vehicle to and from the
 10  7 examination location by submitting a repair affidavit to the
 10  8 agency performing the examination stating that the vehicle is
 10  9 reasonably safe for operation and listing the repairs which
 10 10 have been made to the vehicle.  The owner must be present for
 10 11 the examination and have available for inspection the salvage
 10 12 title, bills of sale for all essential parts changed, if
 10 13 applicable, and the repair affidavit.  The examination shall
 10 14 be for the purposes of determining whether the vehicle or
 10 15 repair components have been stolen.  The examination is not a
 10 16 safety inspection and a signed salvage theft examination
 10 17 certificate shall not be construed by any court of law to be a
 10 18 certification that the vehicle is safe to be operated.  There
 10 19 shall be no cause of action against the peace officer or the
 10 20 agency conducting the examination or the county treasurer for
 10 21 failure to discover or note safety defects.  If the vehicle
 10 22 passes the theft examination, the peace officer shall indicate
 10 23 that the vehicle passed examination on the salvage theft
 10 24 examination certificate.  The permit and salvage theft
 10 25 examination certificate shall be on controlled forms
 10 26 prescribed and furnished by the department.  The owner shall
 10 27 pay a fee of thirty dollars upon completion of the
 10 28 examination.  The agency performing the examinations shall
 10 29 retain twenty dollars of the fee and shall pay five dollars of
 10 30 the fee to the department and five dollars of the fee to the
 10 31 treasurer of state for deposit in the general fund of the
 10 32 state.  Moneys deposited to the general fund under this
 10 33 paragraph are subject to the requirements of section 8.60 and
 10 34 shall be used by the Iowa law enforcement academy to provide
 10 35 for the special training, certification, and recertification
 11  1 of officers as required by this subsection.
 11  2    The state department of transportation shall adopt rules in
 11  3 accordance with chapter 17A to carry out this section.
 11  4    Sec. 18.  Section 321.52, Code Supplement 2007, is amended
 11  5 by adding the following new subsection:
 11  6    NEW SUBSECTION.  5.  The department shall adopt rules in
 11  7 accordance with chapter 17A to carry out this section.
 11  8    Sec. 19.  Section 321.90, subsection 2, paragraphs d and e,
 11  9 Code 2007, are amended to read as follows:
 11 10    d.  If the abandoned motor vehicle is not reclaimed in
 11 11 accordance with section 321.89, subsection 3, or no lienholder
 11 12 objects to the disposal in the case of an owner=applicant, the
 11 13 police authority shall give the applicant a certificate of
 11 14 authority allowing the applicant to obtain a junking
 11 15 certificate for the motor vehicle.  The applicant shall make
 11 16 application for a junking certificate to the county treasurer
 11 17 within fifteen thirty days of purchase receipt of the
 11 18 certificate of authority and surrender the certificate of
 11 19 authority in lieu of the certificate of title.  The demolisher
 11 20 shall accept the junking certificate in lieu of the
 11 21 certificate of title to the motor vehicle.
 11 22    e.  Notwithstanding any other provisions of this section
 11 23 and sections 321.89 and 321.91, any person, firm, corporation,
 11 24 or unit of government upon whose property or in whose
 11 25 possession is found any abandoned motor vehicle, or any person
 11 26 being the owner of a motor vehicle whose title certificate is
 11 27 faulty, lost, or destroyed, may dispose of such motor vehicle
 11 28 to a demolisher for junk without a title and without the
 11 29 notification procedures of section 321.89, subsection 3, if
 11 30 the motor vehicle lacks an engine or two or more wheels or
 11 31 other structural part which renders the vehicle totally
 11 32 inoperable.  The police authority shall give the applicant a
 11 33 certificate of authority.  The owner shall apply to the county
 11 34 treasurer for a junking certificate within fifteen thirty days
 11 35 of purchase receipt of the certificate of authority and shall
 12  1 surrender the certificate of authority in lieu of the
 12  2 certificate of title.
 12  3    Sec. 20.  Section 321.105, unnumbered paragraph 5, Code
 12  4 2007, is amended to read as follows:
 12  5    Seriously disabled veterans who have been provided with an
 12  6 automobile or other vehicle by the United States government
 12  7 under the provisions of sections 1901 to 1903, Title 38 of the
 12  8 United States Code, 38 U.S.C. } 1901 et seq. (1970), shall be
 12  9 exempt from payment of any automobile the registration fee
 12 10 provided in this chapter for that vehicle, and shall be
 12 11 provided, without fee, with a one set of regular registration
 12 12 plate plates or one set of any type of special registration
 12 13 plates associated with service in the United States armed
 12 14 forces for which the disabled veteran qualifies under section
 12 15 321.34.  The disabled veteran, to be able to claim the above
 12 16 benefit, must be a resident of the state of Iowa.  The In lieu
 12 17 of the set of regular or special military registration plates
 12 18 available without fee, the disabled veteran may obtain a
 12 19 special or personalized plate a set of nonmilitary special
 12 20 registration plates or personalized plates issued under
 12 21 section 321.34 by paying the difference between the fee for a
 12 22 regular registration plate and the fee for the special or
 12 23 personalized registration plate additional fees associated
 12 24 with those plates.
 12 25    Sec. 21.  Section 321.173, Code 2007, is amended to read as
 12 26 follows:
 12 27    321.173  WHEN FEES RETURNABLE.
 12 28    1.  Whenever any application to the department is
 12 29 accompanied by any a vehicle registration fee as required by
 12 30 law and such the application is refused or rejected said, the
 12 31 fee shall be returned to said the applicant.
 12 32    2.  Whenever the department through error collects any
 12 33 vehicle registration fee not required to be paid hereunder
 12 34 under this chapter, the same fee shall be refunded, from the
 12 35 refund account, to the person paying the same fee upon
 13  1 application therefor made within six months one year after the
 13  2 date of such payment.
 13  3    Sec. 22.  Section 321.196, subsection 2, Code 2007, is
 13  4 amended to read as follows:
 13  5    2.  Except as required in section 321.188, and except for a
 13  6 motorcycle instruction permit issued in accordance with
 13  7 section 321.180 or 321.180B, a driver's license is renewable
 13  8 without a driving test or written examination or penalty
 13  9 within a period of sixty days after its expiration date and
 13 10 without a driving test within a period of one year after its
 13 11 expiration date.  A person shall not be considered to be
 13 12 driving with an invalid license during a period of sixty days
 13 13 following the license expiration date.  However, for a license
 13 14 renewed within the sixty=day period, the date of issuance
 13 15 shall be considered to be the previous birthday anniversary on
 13 16 which it expired.
 13 17    Sec. 23.  Section 321.210B, subsections 7 and 14, Code
 13 18 Supplement 2007, are amended to read as follows:
 13 19    7.  a.  The A civil penalty, if assessed pursuant to
 13 20 section 321.218A, 321A.32A, or 321J.17 shall be added to the
 13 21 amount owing under the installment agreement.
 13 22    b.  The clerk of the district court shall transmit to the
 13 23 department, from the first moneys collected, an amount equal
 13 24 to the amount of any civil penalty assessed pursuant to
 13 25 section 321.218A or 321A.32A and added to the installment
 13 26 agreement.  The department shall transmit the money received
 13 27 from the clerk of the district court pursuant to this
 13 28 subsection paragraph to the treasurer of state for deposit in
 13 29 the juvenile detention home fund created in section 232.142.
 13 30    c.  The clerk of the district court shall transmit to the
 13 31 department, from the first moneys collected, an amount equal
 13 32 to the amount of any civil penalty assessed pursuant to
 13 33 section 321J.17 and added to the installment agreement.  The
 13 34 department shall transmit the money received from the clerk of
 13 35 the district court pursuant to this paragraph to the treasurer
 14  1 of state who shall deposit one=half of the money in the
 14  2 separate fund established in section 915.94 and one=half of
 14  3 the money in the general fund of the state.
 14  4    14.  Except for the a civil penalty if assessed and
 14  5 collected pursuant to subsection 7, any amount collected under
 14  6 the installment agreement shall be distributed as provided in
 14  7 section 602.8107, subsection 4.
 14  8    Sec. 24.  Section 321A.32A, Code Supplement 2007, is
 14  9 amended to read as follows:
 14 10    321A.32A  CIVIL PENALTY == DISPOSITION == REINSTATEMENT.
 14 11    When the department suspends, revokes, or bars a person's
 14 12 driver's license or nonresident operating privilege under this
 14 13 chapter, the department shall assess the person a civil
 14 14 penalty of two hundred dollars.  However, for persons age
 14 15 nineteen or under, the civil penalty assessed shall be fifty
 14 16 dollars.  The money collected by the department under this
 14 17 section shall be transmitted to the treasurer of state who
 14 18 shall deposit the money in the juvenile detention home fund
 14 19 created in section 232.142.  A Except as provided in section
 14 20 321.210B, a temporary restricted license shall not be issued
 14 21 or a driver's license or nonresident operating privilege
 14 22 reinstated until the civil penalty has been paid.  A person
 14 23 assessed a penalty under this section may remit the civil
 14 24 penalty along with a processing fee of five dollars to a
 14 25 county treasurer authorized to issue driver's licenses under
 14 26 chapter 321M, or the civil penalty may be paid directly to the
 14 27 department.
 14 28    Sec. 25.  Section 321J.17, subsection 1, Code 2007, is
 14 29 amended to read as follows:
 14 30    1.  If the department revokes a person's driver's license
 14 31 or nonresident operating privilege under this chapter, the
 14 32 department shall assess the person a civil penalty of two
 14 33 hundred dollars.  The money collected by the department under
 14 34 this section shall be transmitted to the treasurer of state
 14 35 who shall deposit one=half of the money in the separate fund
 15  1 established in section 915.94 and one=half of the money in the
 15  2 general fund of the state.  A temporary restricted license
 15  3 shall not be issued unless an ignition interlock device has
 15  4 been installed pursuant to section 321J.4 and the civil
 15  5 penalty has been paid.  A driver's license or nonresident
 15  6 operating privilege shall not be reinstated unless proof of
 15  7 deinstallation of an ignition interlock device installed
 15  8 pursuant to section 321J.4 has been submitted to the
 15  9 department and.  Except as provided in section 321.210B, a
 15 10 temporary restricted license shall not be issued or a driver's
 15 11 license or nonresident operating privilege reinstated until
 15 12 the civil penalty has been paid.  A person assessed a penalty
 15 13 under this section may remit the civil penalty along with a
 15 14 processing fee of five dollars to a county treasurer
 15 15 authorized to issue driver's licenses under chapter 321M, or
 15 16 the civil penalty may be paid directly to the department.
 15 17    Sec. 26.  Section 321M.9, subsection 1, Code Supplement
 15 18 2007, is amended to read as follows:
 15 19    1.  FEES TO COUNTIES.  Notwithstanding any other provision
 15 20 in the Code to the contrary, the county treasurer of a county
 15 21 authorized to issue driver's licenses under this chapter shall
 15 22 retain for deposit in the county general fund seven dollars of
 15 23 fees received for each issuance or renewal of driver's
 15 24 licenses and nonoperator's identification cards, but shall not
 15 25 retain any moneys for the issuance of any persons with
 15 26 disabilities identification devices.  The five dollar
 15 27 processing fee charged by a county treasurer for collection of
 15 28 a civil penalty under section 321.218A, or 321A.32A, or
 15 29 321J.17 shall be retained for deposit in the county general
 15 30 fund.  The county treasurer shall remit the balance of fees
 15 31 and all civil penalties to the department.
 15 32    Sec. 27.  Section 322.29, subsection 6, Code Supplement
 15 33 2007, is amended to read as follows:
 15 34    6.  Notwithstanding section 322.3, subsection 1, 14, a
 15 35 person licensed as a wholesaler under subsection 4 may be
 16  1 licensed as a used motor vehicle dealer solely for the purpose
 16  2 of dealing in used motor vehicles of the same make and model
 16  3 the person is licensed to wholesale.
 16  4    Sec. 28.  Section 331.552, subsection 4, Code 2007, is
 16  5 amended to read as follows:
 16  6    4.  Keep the official county seal provided by the county.
 16  7 The official seal shall be an impression seal on the face of
 16  8 which shall appear the name of the county, the word "county"
 16  9 which may be abbreviated, the word "treasurer" which may be
 16 10 abbreviated, and the word "Iowa".  The impression of the seal
 16 11 shall be placed on each motor vehicle certificate of title
 16 12 signed by the treasurer.
 16 13    Sec. 29.  Section 331.557A, subsection 4, Code Supplement
 16 14 2007, is amended to read as follows:
 16 15    4.  Accept payment of civil penalties pursuant to sections
 16 16 321.218A, and 321A.32A, and 321J.17 and remit the penalties to
 16 17 the state department of transportation.
 16 18    Sec. 30.  CODIFICATION.  The Code editor is requested to
 16 19 transfer section 321.173 pertaining to the return of vehicle
 16 20 registration fees, as amended in this Act, to section 321.129
 16 21 or another suitable location to improve readability.
 16 22    Sec. 31.  EFFECTIVE DATE.  The sections of this Act that
 16 23 amend sections 321.210B, 321A.32A, 321J.17, 321M.9, and
 16 24 331.557A, being deemed of immediate importance, take effect
 16 25 upon enactment.
 16 26
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 16 28                                                             
 16 29                               PATRICK J. MURPHY
 16 30                               Speaker of the House
 16 31
 16 32
 16 33                                                             
 16 34                               JOHN P. KIBBIE
 16 35                               President of the Senate
 17  1
 17  2    I hereby certify that this bill originated in the House and
 17  3 is known as House File 2213, Eighty=second General Assembly.
 17  4
 17  5
 17  6                                                             
 17  7                               MARK BRANDSGARD
 17  8                               Chief Clerk of the House
 17  9 Approved                , 2008
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 17 13 CHESTER J. CULVER
 17 14 Governor