Submitted by Curt Rymkus, Wisconsin Specialty Vehicle Council.
Here is an excerpt from the proposed Assembly Bill 867:
“Currently, a local motor vehicle registration fee must be a flat fee. Under this
bill, the fee may be a flat fee or may be based on the vehicle’s value, weight, or number
of axles or the owner’s income.”
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“As a constituent, I respectfully request that you oppose Assembly Bill 867, authorizing a city, village, or town (municipality) or county to impose a motor vehicle registration fee that is a flat fee or that is a variable fee based on any of several enumerated factors, i.e; Under this bill, the fee may be a flat fee or may be based on the vehicle’s value, weight, or number of axles or the owner’s income.”