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1 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements Between Texas and Other Jurisdictions Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Austin, Texas Issued November 2002

2 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions FOREWORD This booklet contains summaries of the reciprocal privileges agreed upon between Texas, the other States, the Provinces of Canada, and the bordering States of Mexico. Under the Texas Transportation Code, Section 502.054, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) acting by and through the Executive Director is authorized to enter into agreements with duly authorized officials of the other jurisdictions exempting the residents of such other jurisdictions who use the public highways of Texas from the payment of registration fees for such periods or extensions of time as may be granted residents of Texas who use the public highways of such other jurisdictions. The material contained herein is subject to change due to the modification of existing statutes or agreements, or the execution of new agreements. Holders of this book may contact this department concerning any changes which may have been made. The privileges herein provided apply only to bona fide residents and are based on the provision that the vehicle operated is properly licensed in the home State or Province. An unregistered vehicle is not entitled to reciprocal privileges. Reciprocal agreements cover only regular movements of the vehicles covered by such agreements and do not include the movement of overlength or overweight loads unless they are moved under special permit in conjunction with interstate operations. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation

3 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions TABLE OF CONTENTS SUMMARY OF STATE REGISTRATION RECIPROCITY AGREEMENTS UNITED STATES * Alabama... ...1 ...3 ** Alaska... * Arizona... ...4 * Arkansas ... ...6 * California... ...8 * Colorado ... ...10 ...12 * Connecticut ... ...14 * Delaware... * District of Columbia... .16 * Florida ... ...18 * Georgia ... ...20 ** Hawaii... ...22 ...23 * Idaho ... * Illinois ... ...25 * Indiana ... ...27 * Iowa ... ...29 * Kansas ... ...31 * Kentucky ... ...33 * Louisiana ... ...35 ...37 * Maine ... * Maryland ... ...39 .41 * Massachusetts... * Michigan ... ...43 * Minnesota ... ...45 * Mississippi ... ...47 * Missouri ... ...49 * Montana ... ...51 * Nebraska ... ...53 * Nevada ... ...55 * New Hampshire ...5 7 * New Jersey ... ...59 * New Mexico ... ..61 * New York ... ...63 ...65 * North Carolina... ...67 * North Dakota... * Ohio ... ...69 * Oklahoma ... ...71 * Oregon ... ...73 * Pennsylvania ... ..75 ...77 * Rhode Island... * South Carolina ... ..79 * South Dakota ... ..81 * Tennessee ... ...83 * Utah ... ...85 * Vermont ... ...87 ...89 * Virginia ... * Washington ... ...91 * West Virginia... ...93 * Wisconsin ... ...95 Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation

4 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions * Wyoming ... ... 97 MEXICO Mexico ... ... 98 CANADIAN PROVINCES * Alberta, Canada ... 10 1 * British Columbia, Canada ... 103 * Manitoba, Canada... 105 * New Brunswick, Canada ... 107 * Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada... 109 Northwest Territories, Canada ... 111 * Nova Scotia, Canada ... 112 * Ontario, Canada... 11 4 * Prince Edward Island, Canada ... 116 * Quebec, Canada ... 118 * Saskatchewan, Canada ... 120 Yukon Territory, Canada ... 122 DISABLED PERSON PARKING RECIPROCITY... 123 MILITARY PERSONNEL LICENSE PLATES ... 124 FOREIGN LICENSE PLATES ... 126 STUDENT RECIPROCITY ... 127 VEHICLES DISPLAYING FARM PLATES ... 132 TEMPORARY 72-HOUR AND 144-HOUR PERMITS ... 133 ONE TRIP PERMITS... 134 30 DAY PERMITS ... 136 NAFTA ANNUAL PERMITS ... 137 CANADIAN BORDER REQUIREMENTS ... 140 TEMPORARY APPORTIONED REGISTRATION OPERATING AUTHORITY (TOA) ... 141 TRANSPORTER OR INTRANSIT LICENSE PLATES RECIPROCITY ... 143 MAXIMUM SIZE & WEIGHTS ... 145 * Members of the International Registration Plan. (Apportioned registration of certain commercial vehicles.) ** No reciprocity on license fees with these States or Provinces for commercial vehicles. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation

5 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ALABAMA Motor Vehicle Division P. O. Box 327620 Montgomery, Alabama 36132-7620 Tel. (334) 242-9000 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Alabama plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or temporary place of abode, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Alabama. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 1

6 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ALABAMA - Continued TRAILER AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Alabama dealer plates is allowed when used by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have a dealer's plate or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operations must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to the laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under the laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 2

7 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ALASKA Division of Motor Vehicles 5700 E. Tudor Road Anchorage, Alaska 99507 Tel. (907) 269-5559 (Not a Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles (not exceeding a manufacturer’s rated carrying capacity of 1 ton and not used in a commercial enterprise) under Alaska plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of residence or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, TRAILERS, SEMITRAILERS NO RECIPROCITY - Operators of commercial vehicles must secure Temporary Registration Permits or purchase regular registration before operating in Texas. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Alaska Transportation Service Commission. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Buses operating on a fixed schedule are not granted reciprocity and must secure 72-Hour Temporary Registration Permits or purchase regular registration before operating in Texas. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 3

8 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ARIZONA Motor Vehicle Division 1801 West Jefferson Mail Drop 527M Phoenix, Arizona 85007 Tel. (602) 255-7427 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Arizona plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Operators of commercial vehicles having gross weights exceeding 6,000 lbs. must secure apportioned registration, 72-Hour Permits, or full Texas registration. Full reciprocity is granted to all light commercial vehicles not exceeding 6,000 lbs. gross weight r the transportation of persons or property for when such vehicles are not used or maintained fo hire, compensation, profit or in the furtherance of a commercial enterprise. The 6,000 lbs. gross weight limitation on light commercial vehicles shall not apply to vehicles with camper units mounted thereon, and such vehicles are granted full reciprocity. Commercial vehicles displaying Arizona apportioned plates are granted both interstate and intrastate reciprocity, provided the cab card indicates apportion fees have been paid to Texas. Operators of commercial vehicles apprehended for lack of apportioned registration or temporary registration permits are subject to full registration, prosecution and fine under the registration laws of the state in which operating. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES NOT EXCEEDING 6,000 POUNDS GROSS WEIGHT ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Arizona dealer license is allowed for vehicles owned by dealer or manufacturer to whom plates assigned. No reciprocity granted to work or service vehicles or laden commercial vehicles. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 4

9 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ARIZONA - Continued BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 5

10 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ARKANSAS Office of Motor Vehicles, IRP Unit P. O. Box 8091 Little Rock, Arkansas 72203 Tel. (501) 682-4653 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Arkansas plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or place of abode, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. Residents of either state employed in the other state who return to their home state daily (commuters) may operate their passenger cars with their home state license when not used for transportation of passengers for hire. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Arkansas. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 6

11 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ARKANSAS - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Reciprocity shall be granted to licensed dealers and manufacturers properly registered in their of either state, provided that such travel is resident state to travel over the public highways limited to vehicles owned by such dealers and manufacturers and that such vehicles shall bear a dealer's or manufacturer's metal license plate issued by the dealer's or manufacturer's resident state; and, provided further, that a licensed dealer or manufacturer of either of the Contracting States may use a dealer's license or insignia provided for under the laws of the dealer's or manufacturer's home state to drive or tow vehicles to his resident state after purchasing same in the nonresident state, or to drive or tow vehicles purchased in his home state to points of sale in the nonresident state; and, it is further provided, that a retail purchaser may display on a vehicle he purchases in the nonresident state an appropriate insignia issued by the licensed dealer from whom the nonresident obtained the vehicle for the purpose of conveying the vehicle to his home state. Reciprocity shall not be granted to commercial vehicles, trailers, or semitrailers, displaying any type of dealer's license or insignia when such commercial vehicle, trailer, or semitrailer is transporting a load. Provided further, that proper intransit plates issued by either of the reciprocating states hereto shall be mutually recognized in accordance with the legal purpose of such plates in the state of issuance. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 7

12 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions CALIFORNIA Department of Motor Vehicles 2415 First Avenue MS: H160 Sacramento, California 95818-3200 Tel. (916) 657-7971 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under California plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 8

13 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions CALIFORNIA - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full Reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under California metal dealer plates allowed on motor vehicles which are owned by the dealer and are in stock and for sale. No dealer plates allowed on work service vehicles belonging to a dealer. No reciprocity on laden commercial vehicles using dealer plates. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 9

14 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions COLORADO Motor Carrier Division IRP Section 1818 Pierce Street, Room 114 Lakewood, Colorado 80214 Tel. (303) 205-5602 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Colorado plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or place of abode, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 10

15 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions COLORADO - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Colorado dealer plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 11

16 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions CONNECTICUT Department of Motor Vehicles IRP/SSRS 60 State Street Wethersfield, Connecticut 06161-1010 Tel. (860) 263-5281 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Connecticut plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 12

17 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions CONNECTICUT - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Connecticut dealer plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 13

18 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions DELAWARE Motor Fuel Tax Administration IRP Unit P. O. Drawer 7065 Dover, Delaware 19903-7065 Tel. (302) 744-2701 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Delaware plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 14

19 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions DELAWARE -Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Delaware plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious or charitable organizations or employees on of proportionally registering charter buses. for temporary trips. Registrants have the opti Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 15

20 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA International Registration Plan 301 C Street, N. W. Room 1063 Washington, D. C. 20024-1400 Tel. (202) 727-6426 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under District of Columbia plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 16

21 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under District of Columbia plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the opti on of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 17

22 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions FLORIDA Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles 2900 Apalachee Parkway Neil Kirkham Building Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0510 Tel. (904) 488-1404 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Florida plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Florida Public Utilities Commission. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 18

23 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions FLORIDA - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Florida plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 19

24 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions GEORGIA Department of Motor Vehicle Safety P. O. Box 16909 Atlanta, Georgia 30321 Tel. (404) 362-6440 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Georgia plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of r 30 days is deemed residence and requires domicile or business, or gainful employment fo immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicles to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses us ed in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Georgia. TRAILER AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 20

25 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions GEORGIA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Georgia plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 21

26 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions HAWAII Highways Division 869 Punchbowl Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 Tel. (808) 587-2220 PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES h of time plates are valid. Establishment of Visitors may operate under Hawaii plates for lengt domicile or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, TRAILERS, SEMITRAILERS No reciprocity granted. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity granted. BUSES No reciprocity granted. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 22

27 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions IDAHO Division of Motor Vehicles Post Office Box 7129 Boise, Idaho 83707-1129 Tel. (208) 334-8611 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Idaho plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or place of abode, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross v in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Idaho Public Service Commission. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 23

28 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions IDAHO - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Idaho metal dealer plates or insignia are allowed on motor vehicles which are owned by the dealer and are in stock and for sale. No dealer plates or insignia allowed on work service vehicles. No reciprocity shall be granted to commercial vehicles, trailers, or semitrailers, displaying any type of dealer's license or insignia when transporting a load. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 24

29 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ILLINOIS Vehicle Services Department Michael J. Howlett Building Room # 300 Springfield, Illinois 62756 Tel. (217) 785-1800 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Illinois plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of residence or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Illinois Commerce Commission. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 25

30 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ILLINOIS - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Illinois plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 26

31 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions INDIANA Motor Carrier Services Division 5252 Decatur Blvd., Suite R Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 Tel. (317) 615-7340 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Indiana plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Indiana. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 27

32 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions INDIANA – Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Indiana plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 28

33 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions IOWA Office of Motor Carrier Services P.O. Box 10382 Des Moines, Iowa 50306-0382 Tel. (515) 237-3202 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Iowa plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 29

34 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions IOWA – Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Iowa plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 30

35 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions KANSAS Division of Vehicles Motor Carrier Services Bureau 3718 SW Burlingame Road Topeka, Kansas 66626-1217 Tel. (785) 291-3384 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Kansas plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 31

36 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions KANSAS - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Kansas plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 32

37 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions KENTUCKY Transportation Cabinet IRP Section Box 2323 Frankfort, Kentucky 40622-2323 Tel. (502) 564-4120 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Kentucky plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 33

38 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions KENTUCKY - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Kentucky does not issue a trailer plate to boat trailers unless requested by registrant. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Kentucky plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 34

39 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions LOUISIANA Office of Motor Vehicles P.O. Box 64886 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70896 Tel. (225) 925-6335 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Louisiana plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or place of abode, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. Residents of either state employed in the other state who return to their home state daily (commuters) may operate their passenger cars with their home state license when not used for transportation of passengers for hire. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Louisiana. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 35

40 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions LOUISIANA - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Louisiana dealer plates is allowed when in use by a dealer to move or operate new and used cars upon the highway for either private or business purposes as long as such new and used car is in dealer's inventory and so currently listed for sale. Each vehicle so moved shall have a designated dealer's plate attached thereto. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Violation of load law shall subject operator to prosecution and fine, but operator shall not be required to purchase license in any amount in nonresident state. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 36

41 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MAINE Bureau of Motor Vehicles State House Station #29 Augusta, Maine 04330 Tel. (207) 624-9000 Ext. 52135 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Maine plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 37

42 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MAINE - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Maine plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 38

43 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MARYLAND Motor Vehicle Administration 6601 Ritchie Highway, NE Glen Burnie, Maryland 21062 Tel. (410) 424-3014 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Maryland plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 39

44 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MARYLAND - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Maryland plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by resident State securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by State in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of State in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 40

45 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MASSACHUSETTS Registry of Motor Vehicles, IRP Section One Copely Place Tower One, Third Floor Boston, Massachusetts 02116 Tel. (617) 351-9320 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Massachusetts plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Massachusetts. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 41

46 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MASSACHUSETTS - Continued TRAILER AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Massachusetts plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 42

47 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MICHIGAN Michigan Department of State Secondary Complex 7064 Crowner Drive Lansing, Michigan 48918-9915 Tel. (517) 322-1061 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Michigan plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 43

48 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MICHIGAN - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Michigan plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by State in which vehicle is being operated. Reciprocity is not granted to any vehicle operated in excess of its registered gross weight as indicated on the registration receipt. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 44

49 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MINNESOTA Department of Public Safey 1110 Centre Point Curve Suite 425 St. Paul, Minnesota 55101 Tel. (651) 405-6161 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Minnesota plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicles to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 45

50 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MINNESOTA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 46

51 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MISSISSIPPI State Tax Commission Post Office Box 1140 Jackson, Mississippi 39215 Tel. (601) 923-7100 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Mississippi plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or place of abode, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Mississippi. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 47

52 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MISSISSIPPI - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS hen use of plates by dealers and manufacturers Operation under Mississippi plates is allowed w for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 48

53 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MISSOURI Highway Reciprocity Commission Missouri Department of Revenue P. O. Box 893 Jefferson City, Missouri 65105-0893 Tel. (573) 751-6433 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Missouri plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 49

54 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MISSOURI - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Missouri plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 50

55 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MONTANA Motor Carrier Services Division P. O. Box 4639 Helena, Montana 59620 Tel. (406) 444-6130 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Montana plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or place of abode, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Montana. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 51

56 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MONTANA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Montana plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used by such groups to transport persons on temporary chartered trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operations must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under the laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 52

57 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEBRASKA Motor Carrier Services P.O. Box 98935 Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-8935 Tel. (402) 471-4435 Toll Free: 888-622-1222 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Nebraska plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Department of Roads and Irrigation of Nebraska. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 53

58 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEBRASKA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Nebraska plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 54

59 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEVADA Department of Motor Vehicles & Public Safety Motor Vehicles Branch 555 Wright Way Carson City, Nevada 89711 Tel. (775) 684-4612 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Nevada plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Nevada. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full Reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 55

60 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEVADA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity allowed under Nevada Law. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 56

61 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW HAMPSHIRE International Registration Plan 10 Hazen Drive James H. Hayes Safety Building Concord, New Hampshire 03305 Tel. (603) 271-2196 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under New Hampshire plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of New Hampshire. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 57

62 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW HAMPSHIRE - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full Reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under New Hampshire plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer’s place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 58

63 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW JERSEY Motor Carriers Unit, IRP Section 225 E. State Street, P. O. Box 178 Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0178 Tel. (609) 633-9399 (Member of International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under New Jersey plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of a domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: is a power unit having two axles and a gross v 1. ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. Operators apprehended for lack of reciprocity or registration are subject to full registration, prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 59

64 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW JERSEY - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under New Jersey plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer’s place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 60

65 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW MEXICO Motor Vehicle Division Taxation & Revenue Department Post Office Box 1028 Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504 Tel. (505) 827-2265 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under New Mexico plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of a domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. Residents of either state employed in the other state who return to their home state each day or weekly (commuters) may operate their passenger cars, or pickup trucks, with their home state license when not used for transportation of passengers for hire. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. Vehicles registered for 10,000 lbs. and more that are not apportioned must stop at the port of entry and pay a trip tax which is based on their weight. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 61

66 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW MEXICO - Continued Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the New Mexico Department of Motor Vehicles. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full Reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Full reciprocity granted to vehicles displaying lawfully issued dealer licenses, provided, such licenses are properly displayed and used according to laws of the issuing state. No reciprocity granted to work or service vehicles, or commercial vehicles carrying a load. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious, or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS No reciprocity to any vehicle carrying motor fuel to be consumed in the motor or engine of such vehicle other than contained in usual tank or receptacle connected with motor or engine of such vehicle. All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 62

67 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW YORK Department of Motor Vehicles International Registration Bureau P. O. Box 2850 - ESP Albany, New York 12220-0850 Tel. (518) 473-5834 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under New York plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of New York. TRAILER AND SEMITRAILERS Full Reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 63

68 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW YORK - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under New York plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state, securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious, or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 64

69 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NORTH CAROLINA Division of Motor Vehicles International Registration Plan Section 1425 Rock Quarry Road, Suite 100 Raleigh, North Carolina 27610 Tel. (919) 733-3642 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under valid North Carolina plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of residence or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and salesmen while using the vehicle to transport requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Utilities Commission of North Carolina. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 65

70 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NORTH CAROLINA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under North Carolina plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 66

71 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NORTH DAKOTA Department of Transportation 608 E. Boulevard Avenue Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0780 Tel. (701) 328-2725 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under North Dakota plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of North Dakota. Operators apprehended for lack of reciprocity or registration are subject to full registration, prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 67

72 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NORTH DAKOTA - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under North Dakota dealer plates is allowed when in use by a dealer to move or operate new or used cars along the highway for either private or business purposes as long as such new or used car is in dealer's inventory and currently listed for sale. Each vehicle so moved shall have a designated dealer's plate attached thereto. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. The 72-Hour Temporary Registration Permit issued in North Dakota is limited to interstate operation only. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 68

73 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OHIO Bureau of Motor Vehicles P. O. Box 16520 Columbus, Ohio 43266-0020 Tel. (614) 752-7587 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Ohio plates for length of time plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 69

74 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OHIO - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Ohio plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or Identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 70

75 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OKLAHOMA Motor Vehicle Division 2501 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73194 Tel. (405) 521-3036 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Oklahoma plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. Residents of either state employed in the other state who return to their home state daily (commuters) may operate their passenger cars with their home state license when not used for transportation of passengers for hire. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 71

76 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OKLAHOMA - Continued TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Oklahoma dealer plates allowed when such vehicles are owned by such dealers and manufacturers. Such metal dealer plates or insignia may be used to drive or to tow vehicles from Oklahoma to Texas or from Texas to Oklahoma; and it is further provided that a retail purchaser may display an appropriate insignia issued by the selling dealer for the purpose of conveying the vehicle to his home state. Reciprocity is not granted to commercial vehicles displaying dealer plates or insignia when such vehicles are carrying a load. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 72

77 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OREGON Motor Carrier Transport Division 550 Capitol St. N.E. Salem, Oregon 97301-2530 Tel. (503) 378-6699 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Oregon plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Utilities Commission of Oregon. Operators apprehended for lack of reciprocity or registration are subject to full registration, prosecution and fine under laws of state in which operating. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 73

78 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OREGON - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Reciprocity is granted to dealers and manufacturers properly registered in their resident state to travel over the public highways of either state; provided, however, that such travel is strictly limited to vehicles owned by the dealer and such travel is not for the demonstration of said vehicles. Each such vehicle operating in this manner shall have dealer's or manufacturer's license tag or identification issued to him in his resident state affixed securely to such motor vehicle moving over said public highways. Provided further, that proper intransit plates issued by either of the reciprocating states shall be mutually recognized in accordance with the legal purpose of such plates in the state of issuance. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 74

79 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions PENNSYLVANIA Department of Transportation Commercial Registration Section P. O. Box 68285 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17106-8285 Tel. (717) 783-6095 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Pennsylvania plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 75

80 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions PENNSYLVANIA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Pennsylvania plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 76

81 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions RHODE ISLAND Division of Motor Vehicles IRP Services Section 45 Park Place Pawtucket, Rhode Island 02860 Tel. (401) 728-6692 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Rhode Island plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 77

82 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions RHODE ISLAND - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Rhode Island plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 78

83 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions SOUTH CAROLINA Department of Public Safety P. O. Box 1498 Columbia, South Carolina 29216-0027 Tel. (803) 737-6620 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under South Carolina plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 79

84 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions SOUTH CAROLINA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under South Carolina plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 80

85 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions SOUTH DAKOTA Department of Revenue Prorate and Commercial Licensing 445 East Capitol Avenue Pierre, South Dakota 57501-3100 Tel. (605) 773-4111 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under South Dakota plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 81

86 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions SOUTH DAKOTA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under South Dakota plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer’s place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 82

87 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions TENNESSEE Department of Safety 1150 Menzler Road Nashville, Tennessee 37210 Tel. (615) 253-2295 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Tennessee plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit with the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 83

88 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions TENNESSEE - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Tennessee plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 84

89 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions UTAH State Tax Commission 210 North 1950 West Salt Lake City, Utah 84134 Tel. (801) 297-6800 Toll Free: 888-251-9555 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Utah plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 85

90 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions UTAH - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Full reciprocity when used according to laws of issuing state. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 86

91 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions VERMONT Agency of Transportation National Life Building Drawer 33 Montpelier, Vermont 05603-0001 Tel. (802) 828-2071 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Vermont plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 87

92 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions VERMONT - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Vermont plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer’s place of business, from distributor, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, or other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by State in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 88

93 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions VIRGINIA Department of Motor Vehicles 2300 West Broad Street P. O. Box 27412 Richmond, Virginia 23269-0001 Tel. (866) 878-2582 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Virginia plates for a period of six months. Establishment of residence or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Virginia Corporation Commission. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 89

94 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions VIRGINIA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Virginia plates is allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer’s place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 90

95 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions WASHINGTON Department of Licensing Prorate and Fuel Tax Services P.O. Box 9036 Olympia, Washington 98507-9228 Tel. (306) 664-1858 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Washington plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buse s used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full Reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 91

96 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions WASHINGTON - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Washington plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 92

97 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions WEST VIRGINIA Division of Motor Vehicles 1800 Kanawha Blvd., East Building 3, Room 138 Charleston, West Virginia 25317 Tel. (304) 558-2723 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under West Virginia plates for the length of time the plates are valid. employment for a period of 30 days is deemed Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful residence and requires immediate registration. Also, 30-day reciprocity granted to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 93

98 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions WEST VIRGINIA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under West Virginia plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer’s place of business, from distributor, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC . Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 94

99 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions WISCONSIN Division of Motor Vehicles P. O. Box 7911 Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7911 Tel. (608) 266-9600 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Wisconsin plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of residence or becoming gainfully employed for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 95

100 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions WISCONSIN - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Operation under Wisconsin plates allowed when use of plates by dealers and manufacturers for movement of their own cars from factory to dealer's place of business, from distributor to dealer, or from one dealer to another dealer. Each vehicle moved shall have license tags or identification issued by the resident state securely affixed to such vehicle. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Registrants have the option of proportionally registering charter buses. Buses operating on a fixed schedule must be apportionally registered with Texas and display an Apportioned License Plate. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 96

101 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions WYOMING Wyoming Transportation Department 5300 Bishop Blvd. Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009-3340 Tel. (307) 777-4714 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Reciprocity is granted to properly registered vehi cles. Properly registered shall mean a vehicle registered or licensed in the state where the operation in which such vehicle is used, has a principal place of residence therein, and from or in which the vehicle is most frequently garaged, serviced, maintained, operated or otherwise controlled. This includes buses owned or chartered by schools, colleges, religious or charitable organizations and vehicles owned by Dealers and Manufacturers displaying dealer plates. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Commercial vehicles properly registered in either State shall be granted: (a) Registration reciprocity in the lawful use of the highways of either State by owners of commercial vehicles with a gross laden weight of twenty six thousand (26,000) pounds or less when the owner is a resident of the State of Texas or the State of Wyoming and the commercial vehicle is used in interstate transportation. (b) Registration reciprocity on farm trucks up to a gross laden weight of twenty six thousand (26,000) pounds hauling the owner's own produce to or from market. (c) Registration reciprocity for a power unit having two (2) axles or when used in combination if the weight of such combination does not exceed twenty six thousand (26,000) pounds gross vehicle weight. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as "for hire" carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division and the Public Service Commission of Wyoming. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 97

102 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MEXICO COMMERCIAL VEHICLES - TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, TRAILERS, AND SEMITRAILERS A foreign commercial vehicle is exempt from Chapter 502, Transportation Code, and any other law of the state requiring the vehicle to be registered in this state, including a law providing for a temporary registration permit, if: • the vehicle is engaged solely in transportation of cargo across the border into or from a border commercial zone; for each load of cargo transported the vehicle remains in this state: • (A) not more than 24 hours, or (B) not more than 48 hours, if: the vehicle is unable to leave this state within 24 hours because of • circumstances beyond the control of the motor carrier operating the vehicle; and • all financial responsibility requirements applying to the vehicle are satisfied; • the vehicle is registered and licensed as required by the law of another state or country as evidenced by a valid metal license plate attached to the front or rear of the exterior of the vehicle; and • the county in which the person that owns or controls the vehicle is domiciled or is a citizen provides a reciprocal exemption for commercial motor vehicles owned or controlled by residents of this state. Such vehicles are permitted to operate only within specified zones of cities located along the contiguous border with Mexico. The Border Commercial Zones for the United States/Mexico ports of entry in Texas are based on the number of miles from the city limit boundaries depending on the population of the city. The boundaries of a border commercial zone may be modified or established only as provided by federal law. Travel Miles Allowed from City Population City Limits Boundaries * 266,600 Brownsville, Texas 6 30,705 Del Rio, Texas 20,651 4 Eagle Pass, Texas 592,400 El Paso, Texas 15 Fabens Texas 1,599 3 * Hidalgo, Texas 384,800 Laredo, Texas 126,300 8 3,072 Presidio, Texas 4 Progresso, Texas 1,951 * * 9,891 Rio Grande City, Texas 8,059 * Roma, Texas The 4-county area of Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy Counties *These cities are located in the border commercial zone of Cameron, Hildalgo, Starr, and Willacy counties. Therefore, mileage or population does not mandate the zone limits. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 98

103 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MEXICO - Continued TAXIS AND BUSES Taxis may operate in the border zones according to existing municipal requirements. Chartered Bus Operation - May obtain $5.00 One-Tr ip Permit to operate into or through the State of Texas. City Bus Operation – No reciprocity; must be licensed in Texas. Motor Bus Operation – May operate to and from Texas terminals in the border zones provided such buses are operating through service into and from the interior of Mexico. PASSENGER CARS, PICKUP TRUCKS (NOT EXCEEDING 2,000 LBS. MANUFACTURER’S RATED CARRYING CAPACITY) AND TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS (NOT EXCEEDING 4,000 LBS. GROSS WEIGHT). Operation under license plates issued by the proper State or Federal Authorities of Mexico is allowed for the length of time the plates are valid. These vehicles will continue to be operated according to informal paired city understandings with the Mexican States of Coahuila and Chihuahua, the Mexican State of Tamaulipas. Pickup trucks are not permitted to pick up and deliver (operate intrastate) within this State, nor shall such vehicles be permitted to pull trailers or semitrailers when the gross weight of such trailers and semitrailers exceeds 4,000 lbs. Trailers and semitrailers (not exceeding 4,000 pounds gross weight) will continue to be operated according to the existing informal paired city understandings with the Mexican States of Coahuila and Chihiuahua and the bilateral understanding with the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. For the purpose of this informal paired city agreement, the city limits of a municipality that has a population of 5,000 or more shall include that city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, which is the area outside the municipal limits but within five miles of those limits. 7. Nuevo Laredo and Laredo 1. Ciudad Juarez and El Paso 2. Zaragoza and Ysleta 8. Nuevo Guerrero and Falcon Heights 9. Ciudad Mier and Roma-Los Saenz* 3. Caseta and Fabians* 4. Ojinaga and Presidio City 10. Ciudad Camargo and Rio Grande 11. State of Tamaulipas, and Hidalgo and 5. Ciudad Acuna and Del Rio** 6. Piedras Negras and Eagle Pass Cameron Counties * Only the most direct route of travel is permitted between crossing and adjacent town. ** Mexico licensed taxis may operate beyond Del Rio city limits west on U. S. 90 to Spur 349 to Amistad Dam and east on U. W. 90 to Laughlin Air Force Base. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 99

104 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MEXICO - Continued ALL CLASSIFICATIONS OF VEHICLES. MISCELLANEOUS: APPLICABLE TO A. Any vehicle based, housed, or garaged and operated in the State must be registered in Texas. B. All operations must conform to Texas Laws and Regulations C. A current license plate must be displayed on the rear of each vehicle operating in Texas except that license plates issued to truck tractors may be displayed on the front of the vehicle, and the distinguishing number thereon must be legible. The license receipt issued therefor must be in the operator’s possession. D. All operations in violation of the provisions above will subject the operator to a fine and registration of the vehicle in Texas for the balance of the registration year from date of violation plus 20% penalty. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 100

105 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ALBERTA Alberta Transportation st 1 Floor, 803 Manning Road NE Calgary, AB T2E 7M8 Tel. (403) 297-2920 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Alberta plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 101

106 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ALBERTA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 102

107 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions BRITISH COLUMBIA Interjurisdictional Licensing P. O. Box 7500 Stn. Terminal Vancouver, B.C. V6B 5R9 Tel. (604) 443-4450 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under British Columbia plates for length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: ehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross v in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 103

108 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions BRITISH COLUMBIA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 104

109 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MANITOBA Commercial Vehicle Registration 1075 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3G 0S1 Tel. (204) 945-8416 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Manitoba plates for length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, TRAILERS, SEMITRAILERS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 105

110 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions Manitoba – Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 106

111 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW BRUNSWICK Department of Public Safety P.O. Box 6000 Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada E3B 5H1 Tel. (506) 453-2407 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under New Brunswick plates for length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 107

112 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEW BRUNSWICK - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 108

113 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR Department of Government Services & Lands P.O. Box 8710 St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1B 4J5 Tel. (709) 729-4921 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Newfoundland or Labrador plates for length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 109

114 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NEWFOUNDLAND - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 110

115 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Administration of Motor Vehicle Laws Motor Vehicle Division, Department of Transportation Government of Northwest Territories Box 1320 Yellowknife, NT X1A 2L9 Tel. (867) 873-7406 (Not a Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Northwest Territories plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS No reciprocity extended. Operators of commercial vehicles entering Texas must secure Temporary Registration Permits (72-Hour Permit, 144-Hour Permit, NAFTA Annual Permit). DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Buses operating on a fixed schedule are not granted reciprocity and must secure 72-Hour Temporary Registration Permits or purchase regular registration before operating in Texas. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 111

116 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NOVA SCOTIA Department of Business & Consumer Services P. O. Box 2734 Halifax, NS, Canada B3J 3P7 Tel (902) 424-6964 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Nova Scotia plates for length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 112

117 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NOVA SCOTIA - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 113

118 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ONTARIO Licensing & Control Branch - Operations Main Floor, Building “A” 1201 Wilson Avenue Downsview, Ontario M3M 1J8 Tel. (416) 235-3923 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Ontario plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or 2. is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 114

119 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ONTARIO - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 115

120 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND Highway Safety Operations Department of Transportation and Public Works P. O. Box 2000 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada C1A 7N8 Tel. (902) 368-5202 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Prince Edward Island plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as “for hire” carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 116

121 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 117

122 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions QUEBEC Society de l'assurance automobile du Quebec 333 Boul. Jean-Lesage, Local C-3-13 Quebec City (Quebec), Canada, PQ G1K 8J6 Tel. (418) 528-3379 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Quebec plates for length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as "for hire" carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 118

123 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions QUEBEC - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Same as commercial vehicles. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 119

124 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions SASKATCHEWAN Government Insurance 2260 11th Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4P 2N7 Tel. (306) 751-1200 (Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Saskatchewan plates for length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile, business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS Any vehicle, except recreational vehicles, vehicles displaying restricted plates, city pick up and delivery vehicles, buses used in transportation of chartered parties, and government-owned vehicles, used or intended for use in two or more member jurisdictions that allocate or proportionally register vehicles and is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and: 1. is a power unit having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms; or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight; or 2. 3. is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 lbs. or 11,793.401 kilograms gross vehicle weight must be apportionally registered with Texas prior to entering Texas. Each such vehicle, as proof of being apportionally registered, must have a cab card in the vehicle reflecting that apportion fees have been paid to Texas; and the vehicle must have been issued an Apportioned License Plate. Apportionally registered vehicles are granted full interstate and intrastate reciprocity. Trucks and truck tractors, and combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or 11,793.401 kilograms or less, and buses used in transportation of chartered parties may be proportionally registered at the option of the registrant. NON-APPORTIONABLE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ARE GRANTED FULL INTERSTATE RECIPROCITY. Common and contract carriers, otherwise known as "for hire" carriers, must secure a permit from the Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division. TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS Full reciprocity. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 120

125 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions SASKATCHEWAN - Continued DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity extended. BUSES No reciprocity extended. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the jurisdiction in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the jurisdiction in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 121

126 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions YUKON TERRITORY Community & Transportation Services P. O. Box 2703 308 Steele Street, First Floor Whitehorse, YT Y1A 2C6 Tel. (867) 667-5315 (Not a Member of the International Registration Plan) PRIVATE PASSENGER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Visitors may operate under Yukon Territory plates for the length of time the plates are valid. Establishment of domicile or business, or gainful employment for 30 days is deemed residence and requires immediate registration. No reciprocity to salesmen while using the vehicle to transport or deliver merchandise. TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS No reciprocity extended. Operators of commercial vehicles entering Texas must secure Temporary Registration Permits (72-Hour Permit, 144-Hour Permit, NAFTA Annual Permit). DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS No reciprocity. BUSES Full reciprocity for motor vehicles owned or chartered by all schools and colleges, religious or charitable associations or institutions, or governmental agencies, when used to convey their athletic teams, orchestras or other scholastic, religious, or charitable organizations or employees for temporary trips. Buses operating on a fixed schedule are not granted reciprocity and must secure 72-Hour Temporary Registration Permits or purchase regular registration before operating in Texas. WEIGHT, HEIGHT, ETC. Operation must conform to Texas regulations as to maximum weight, height, width, length, and other vehicle operational regulations. Movement of indivisible loads allowed under permit issued by the state in which the vehicle is being operated. MISCELLANEOUS All operations must conform to laws and regulations of the state in which operations are made. Failure to do so subjects operators to prosecution and fine under laws of the state in which operating. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 122

127 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions DISABLED PERSON P ARKING RECIPROCITY Reciprocal parking privileges are granted to th e owner or operator of a vehicle used for the transportation of disabled persons when the vehicl e displays a current license plate or disabled person parking placard that bears the international symbol of access which has been issued by another state or a state or province of a foreign country. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Page 123 Texas Department of Transportation

128 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions BY MILITARY PERSONNEL OPERATION OF VEHICLES I. Military personnel stationed within Texas may display on their vehicles current license plates from their state of legal residence or current license plates from the state of their last duty station, subject to the following conditions: A. Upon the expiration of such plates, a member of the U.S. Armed Forces must obtain license plates from either from the State of Texas. the state of legal residence or B. Current license plates issued from the state (including U. S. Territories) of last duty station to passenger cars and light trucks (one ton or less carrying capacity) will be honored only until such plates expire at which time Texas registration must be secured. C. Current license plates issued from the state of last duty station to all vehicles except passenger cars and light trucks (one ton or less carrying capacity) will be honored only until such plates expire or until the next Texas registration period for such vehicles, whichever occurs first. D. The same privileges and restrictions as outlined above apply to the serviceperson's spouse while the serviceperson is serving overseas as a member of the U. S. Armed Forces. Military or Foreign License Plates II. A. U. S. military personnel returning from foreign service will be permitted to operate vehicles in Texas displaying license plates issued by the U. S. Armed Forces or the host nation for a period of not more than 90 days after the date on which the vehicle returns to this state. B. Military personnel returning to Texas for separation from military service must obtain Texas registration within 10 following the effective date of such separation days . C. Under specific circumstances, persons that are on active duty in the armed forces may apply for a Texas Certificate of Title without obtaining Texas registration. In addition to the negotiable evidence of ownership that must be surrendered in support of the Texas Certificate of Title, the applicant must meet the following: 1. Be a Texas resident; Be on active duty in the armed forces of the United States; 2. 3. Be stationed in or has been assigned to another nation under military orders; and 4. Has registered the vehicle or been issued a license for the vehicle under the applicable status of forces agreement by the appropriate branch of the armed forces of the United States; or 5. Has registered the vehicle or been issued a license for the vehicle by the nation in which the person is stationed or to which the person has been assigned. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 124

129 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OPERATION OF VEHICLES BY MILITARY PERSONNEL - Continued The proof of the current registration must be evidenced by either a letter written on official letterhead by the owner's unit commander attesting to the registration of the vehicle (applicable status of forces agreement), or a registration receipt issued by the appropriate branch of the armed forces or host nation. A registration receipt not written in English must be accompanied by a written translation in English with a signed affidavit by the translator attesting to their ability to translate the receipt into English. A vehicle operating in violation of these regulations is deemed to be operating III. Texas registration. and requires immediate unregistered Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 125

130 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions OPERATION OF VEHICLES DISPLAYING FOREIGN LICENSE PLATES U. S. citizens operating vehicles in Texas displaying foreign license plates must obtain I. Texas license plates immediately. II. U. S. citizens, other than U. S. military personnel, operating vehicles in Texas displaying “USA Military License Plates” must obtain Texas license plates immediately. Foreign nationals in the status of visitors in the United States (including students and III. military personnel from foreign countries) may operate their vehicles in Texas under the terms of various agreements and treaties. (Refer to Par. IV below for Canada & Mexico.) The minimum requirements of this Agreement are as follows: A. Current foreign license plate(s) or International Export Plate properly displayed. B. In addition, each vehicle must display an International Plate or Marker showing the initial(s) of the issuing country in black letter(s) on a white background. This plate or marker shall be not less than 4.5" in height and 6.9" in width and must be of oval design. C. Such vehicles may operate for a period of one (1) year from the date of issuance of the International Plate or Marker, provided the basic plate remains valid for that length of time and the foreign national does not establish residence or become gainfully employed in this State. D. Operation of a vehicle in Texas in violation of this Federal Treaty requires Texas registration immediately . IV. Nationals of Canada or Mexico may operate their passenger vehicles displaying current licenses issued by their respective countries, provided such nationals are tourists. Nationals of Mexico who are employed in Texas and who return to Mexico each day may operate with current Mexico license plates. V. A vehicle operating in violation of these regulations is deemed to be operating unregistered Texas registration. and requires immediate Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 126

131 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR FACULTY AND NONRESIDENT STUDENTS Student Reciprocity I. A. Residents of other states who are enrolled in accredited Texas colleges or universities may operate their motor vehicles on current license plates issued by their home state while in Texas in a student status. However, nonresident students claiming Texas residency for tuition purposes at 1. state-supported schools must register their vehicle with Texas license plates except those students holding competitive scholarships of at least $200 a year or are student employees of the institution and such work relates to their degree program. The owner of a motor vehicle for registration purposes, under Texas law, is the 2. person who holds legal title to the vehicle or who has legal right of possession or legal right of control of the vehicle; therefore, students who are required to purchase Texas license plates cannot avoid such registration requirements merely because the motor vehicles they operate are registered and titled in their parents' names in another state. B. Nonresident military personnel attending accredited Texas colleges or universities under government orders are granted license plate reciprocity in accordance with the provisions of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act. C. Students, whose parents are members of the U. S. Armed Forces, claiming Texas residency as an exemption from the payment of nonresident tuition fees at state-supported schools may be granted license plate reciprocity; however, in order to be eligible for such reciprocity, the parents must be stationed in Texas. D. Nonresident students who engage in part-time employment while attending accredited Texas colleges or universities on a full-time basis may operate their motor vehicles on current license plates issued by their home state. Such part-time employment is considered to be merely incidental to the student’s educational program. E. Foreign students (except those from Mexico) may operate their vehicles in Texas for a period of only one (1) year provided the vehicles display current foreign license plates and an International marker, and the foreign national does not establish residence or become gainfully employed, unless as stated above. paired city understandings with the Mexican States F. Mexico students are covered under informal of Coahuila and Chihuahua and the bilateral understanding with the Mexican State of mmercial vehicles. The vehicle must display Tamaulipas relating to the operation of non-co current license plates issued by Mexico, and the student may not establish residence in Texas. Students may engage in part-time employment while attending accredited Texas colleges or universities (such employment is considered incidental to the students educational program). G. While actively participating in a Student Cooperative Program of an academic institution, out-of- state students (nonresidents) who secure temporary employment with a Texas employer may operate their out-of-state registered vehicles in this State without securing Texas registration. This exemption is predicated upon each student carrying in his/her vehicle during their temporary state of employment a copy TxDOT's exemption letter, a letter from the academic institution stating the exact months of the students “work-phase,” and a statement of employment from the Texas employer in order that such information may be presented to enforcement personnel upon request. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 127

132 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS - Continued II. Faculty members of Texas colleges or universities must register their vehicles with Texas license plates; however, nonresident military personnel engaged as faculty members on detached service under military orders are granted license plate reciprocity in accordance with the provisions of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act. Registration Procedure III. A. An application for Texas registration and certificate of title must be filed with the County Tax Assessor-Collector of the county in which the applicant resides. The documents which must be submitted in support of an application for a negotiable Texas title are as follows: 1. New and previously unregistered vehicle - the manufacturer's certificate of origin. 2. Used vehicle previously registered in another title issuing state - the negotiable out- of-state certificate of title. 3. Used vehicle previously registered in a nontitle state - the current out-of-state registration receipt. 4. Vehicle Identification Certificate - Before any vehicle which was last registered and titled or registered in another state or country may be registered and titled in Texas, it must be inspected for safety by a state-appointed safety inspection station; and the correct vehicle identification must also be verified. The inspector will provide the owner with a Vehicle Identification Certificate, verifying the correct vehicle identification number. This form must be submitted to the tax assessor-collector. NOTE: If the required ownership document is not available to permit the applicant to receive a negotiable Texas title or if the applicant does not wish to surrender the out-of-state evidence of ownership necessary to obtain a negotiable Texas title, the applicant may apply for a "Registration Purposes Only" (non-negotiable) receipt by executing a Form VTR-272 (form available in the county tax office). No other evidence of ownership is necessary. In the event the applicant presents evidence of ownership (title, registration receipt, etc.) to the tax collector, such evidence will be returned to the applicant with the receipt for title application, Form 31. REGISTRATION PURPOSES ONLY RECEIPTS CANNOT BE ISSUED ON NEW AND PREVIOUSLY UNREGISTERED VEHICLES. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 128

133 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS - Continued B. The required registration and certificate of title fees are as follows: 1. License plate (registration) fee - determined by the year model of passenger cars weighing 6,000 pounds or less. The registration fees for all other vehicles are based on the vehicle weight. 2. Title application fee - $13.00. 3. Registration transfer fee - $2.50. (Applicable only to the transfer of used vehicles currently registered and titled in Texas.) 4. Taxes - There will be a Sales Tax, a Use Tax, or a New Resident Tax levied on the vehicle at the time application for Texas title is filed. The tax that is due will be fully explained to you by the County Tax Assessor-Collector. C. The required registration and certificate of title forms and any additional information may be obtained by contacting the office of your local County Tax Assessor-Collector. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 129

134 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS - Continued D. Reciprocity Granted to Students State Reciprocity Stipulation (if any) Granted Yes N/A Alabama Alaska Yes If like reciprocity from home state Arizona Yes If paying non-resident tuition Arkansas N/A Yes If employment is accepted or California Yes (under age California 23) residency is established, vehicle must be registered in California Colorado Yes N/A Yes N/A Connecticut Delaware Yes N/A ***No*** District of Columbia Yes Florida N/A Georgia Yes If student is unemployed Hawaii ***No*** Yes If student is paying out-of-state tuition Idaho N/A Illinois Yes N/A Indiana Yes Yes Iowa If student is not gainfully employed Kansas Yes If the student’s state grants reciprocal privileges to Kansas residents Kentucky Yes N/A Yes N/A Louisiana Yes Maine N/A Maryland Yes If student’s state grants reciprocal privileges to Maryland students Yes However, required to file a statement with Massachusetts the Police Department and will be issued a sticker which must be displayed on the windshield of the vehicle Michigan N/A Yes Minnesota Yes N/A Yes Mississippi For full-time students Yes N/A Missouri Yes Montana If student is not gainfully employed Nebraska Yes N/A Nevada Yes If student is not gainfully employed Yes New Hampshire N/A Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 130

135 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions Reciprocity State Stipulation (if any) Granted Yes New Jersey If student’s state grants reciprocal privileges to New Jersey students New Mexico With special sticker purchased at school Yes for $1.00 New York Yes N/A North Carolina N/A Yes North Dakota N/A Yes Yes N/A Ohio Oklahoma Yes If student’s state grants reciprocal privileges and such student does not apply to register to vote in Oklahoma N/A Oregon Yes Pennsylvania Yes N/A N/A Yes Rhode Island Yes N/A South Carolina ***No*** South Dakota Yes If student’s state grants reciprocal Tennessee privileges to Tennessee residents and students are not gainfully employed Yes Texas N/A Utah Yes Students must obtain a non-resident student permit from the university or college Yes N/A Vermont Virginia Yes As long as enrolled in a Virginia accredited institutio n of learning unless student becomes employed or becomes a resident Washington Yes N/A Yes West Virginia N/A Wisconsin Yes N/A Wyoming Yes For full-time students Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 131

136 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions VEHICLES DISPLAYING FARM LICENSE PLATES In accordance with Texas Transportation Code, Section 502.163, the registration fee for a commercial motor vehicle as a farm vehicle is 50 percent of the normal registration fee if the vehicle’s owner or designated operator uses the vehicle for commercial purposes only to transport: (1) the person’s own poultry, dairy, livestock, livestock products, timber in its natural state, or farm products to marker or another place for sale or processing. (2) laborers from their place of residence to the owner’s farm or ranch; or (3) without charge, materials, tools, equipment or supplies from the place of purchase or storage to the owner’s farm or ranch exclusively for the owner’s use or for use on the farm or ranch. In addition, a commercial motor vehicle may be registered as a farm vehicle under this section despite its use for transporting without charge the owner or a member of the owner’s family: (1) to attend church or school; (2) to visit a doctor for medical treatment or supplies; or (3) for other necessities of the home or family. Texas grants reciprocity to vehicles from other jurisdictions displaying farm license plates. Out- of-state vehicles displaying out-of-state farm license plates are restricted to the same limitations placed on Texas based farm plated vehicles as specified above. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 132

137 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions D 144-HOUR PERMITS TEMPORARY 72-HOUR AN The 72-Hour and 144-Hour Temporary Registration Permits may be issued to residents of the United States, Mexico, and Canada for the interstate and intrastate movement of laden or unladen trucks, truck tractors, trailers, semi-trailers or motor buses when such vehicles are not authorized to operate upon the highways of Texas due to lack of or insufficient Texas registration or for lack of registration reciprocity All such permitted vehicles are exempt from the Certificate of Title Act but not from the Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Requirements with the exception of vehicles currently licensed out of state, mobile oil drilling and servicing equipment, and mobile crane and hoisting equipment. These permits may be purchased in advance of a proposed trip, and several permits may be purchased at one time with the times of validity to run in chain-like fashion. Each of the permits issued requires that a permit receipt be issued as well as a temporary cardboard tag. If the power unit of a combination of vehicles is issued a 72-Hour or 144-Hour Permit, then each trailer or semitrailer in the combination must also be issued a permit. These permits can be obtained from all County Tax Assessor-Collectors' Offices, Texas Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Division, and the Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Regional Offices for a fee of $25.00 for the 72-Hour Permit and $50.00 for the 144-Hour Permit. These permits will license the vehicles for the legal maximum allowable gross weight or be axle laws in the State of Texas. However, 72-Hour Permits and 144-Hour Permits cannot issued for apprehended commercial vehicles which are found to be in violation of the Texas Registration Laws. Evidence of financial responsibility, or liability insurance, issued by an insurance company or must be shown surety company authorized to write Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance in Texas prior to issuance of a 72-Hour or 144-Hour Permit. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 133

138 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ONE TRIP PERMIT The One Trip Permit is available for a fee of $5.00 and is usually issued to authorize the movement of an unladen vehicle, new or used, which is subject to license by the State of Texas but which is not authorized to travel on the highways of this state for lack of registration or for lack of reciprocity with the state or country in which it is registered. This permit is valid for one trip only between the point of origin and the point of destination and such intermediate point as is set forth in the application and license receipt. The intermediate point must be shown for the purpose of establishing a definite route. Point of origin or point of destination must originate or terminate in the State of Texas. This permit is valid for a period of fifteen (15) days from the date the registration is effective. A cardboard tag is issued with each permit receipt. One Trip Permits may be issued by one of the Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Regional Offices, the Motor Carrier Division, or any Tax Assessor-Collector's Office. The One Trip Permit may be issued for: 1. a charter bus from another state or country (the bus may carry property and passengers), 2. a commercial vehicle with a camper unit mounted thereon (regardless of whether or not the camper unit is of the permanently mounted type or the slide-in type), 3. a commercial vehicle which is not transporting any passengers or property, 4. a passenger car (the carrying of passengers and property is permitted), 5. a truck or truck tractor operating in combination with an unladen trailer or semitrailer (if both vehicles are unregistered, two permits must be issued - one for the pulling unit and one for the trailer), or 6. “Park Model” trailers - a house trailer-type vehicle that is 400 square feet or less when measured at the largest horizontal projections. One Trip Permits may not be issued for: 1. “manufactured housing” - a house trailer-type vehicle that is 8 body feet or more in width or 40 body feet or more in length, 2. a Texas-based charter bus which is transporting passengers (such buses must be registered with regular Texas registration or must be operated with a 72-Hour Permit), 3. a commercial vehicle (not a camper) which is transporting the owner's household goods, 4. a boat trailer which is carrying a boat, 5. a laden luggage trailer or laden utility trailer, 6. a vehicle carrying a “fixed load” regardless of whether the vehicle is of the conventional type or the unconventional type, 7. a vehicle which has been apprehended for operating unregistered, or 8. a trip which both originates and terminates outside Texas. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 134

139 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions ONE TRIP PERMIT - Continued HOUSE TRAILER COMBINATIONS This permit may be issued for an unregistered passenger car which is towing a house trailer. If the house trailer is also unregistered, it too, must be issued a permit. In cases when an unregistered truck or truck tractor is operating in combination with an unregistered house trailer, this permit may be issued only for the house trailer. The truck or truck tractor must be fully registered or be issued a 72-Hour Permit. Evidence of financial responsibility, or liability insurance, issued by an insurance company or must be shown surety company authorized to write Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance in Texas be in the The proof of liability insurance prior to issuance of a one trip permit. must applicant’s name and specify the vehicle that will display the permit. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 135

140 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions 30-DAY PERMIT The 30-Day Permit is available for a fee of $25.00. This permit is valid for 30 days and movement of the vehicle is not restricted to a particular route as with the One Trip Permit. A cardboard tag is issued with each permit receipt. 30-Day Permits may be issued by the Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Regional Offices or any Tax Assessor-Collector's Office. This permit may be issued for: 1. Passenger cars. The carrying of passengers and property is permitted. 2. Private buses. The carrying of passengers and property is permitted. 3. Trailers and semitrailers with a gross weight not exceeding ten thousand (10,000) pounds. anufacturer's rated carrying capacity of one 4. Light commercial vehicles not exceeding a m (1) ton. 5. Light commercial vehicles exceeding a rating of one (1) ton provided the vehicle is operated unladen. Evidence of financial responsibility, or liability insurance, issued by an insurance company or must be shown surety company authorized to write Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance in Texas The proof of liability insurance must be in the prior to issuance of a 30-day permit. applicant’s name and specify the vehicle that will display the permit. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 136

141 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NAFTA ANNUAL PERMITS The Texas Department of Transportation is authorized by law to issue annual registration permits which will be recognized as legal registration for foreign commercial motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers subject to registration in Texas. This applies to foreign vehicles which are not authorized to travel on the public roads for lack of registration or for lack of registration reciprocity with the state or country in which such vehicles are registered. NAFTA Annual permits will not be issued for the importation of citrus fruit into Texas from a foreign county except for foreign export or processing for foreign export. A NAFTA Annual Permit will be issued to each vehicle or combination of vehicles for the regular commercial registration fee prescribed by Texas law based on the vehicle's gross weight. However, semitrailers having gross weights in excess of 6,000 pounds used or to be used in combination with truck tractors or commercial vehicles with a manufacturer's rated carrying capacities in excess of 1 ton are exempted from the requirement to pay the token trailer fee or trailers must display valid metal plates. display the token trailer license plates. Such The annual fee for the registration of a truck or truck tractor (not required to be registered in combination) or a motor bus is $25.00 plus an amount based upon the gross weight of the vehicle as follows: Gross Weight Fee per 100 Pounds In Pounds or Fraction Thereof $0.44 1 - 6,000 6,001 - 8,000 $0.495 8,001 - 10,000 $0.605 10,001 - 17,000 $0.715 17,001 - 24,000 $0.77 $0.88 24,001 - 31,000 $0.99 31,001 - and up EXAMPLE: VEHICLE GROSS WEIGHT 26,100 POUNDS $25.00 plus (26,100 ÷ 100 = 261 x $0.88 = $229.68) = $254.68 + .30 reflectorization fee = $254.98 total fee. The annual fee for the registration of a truck or truck tractor with a manufacturer's rated carrying capacity in excess of 1 ton used or to be used in combination with a semitrailer having a gross weight in excess of 6,000 pounds shall be $40.00 plus an amount based on the combined gross weight of all such vehicles used in combination as set forth in the following chart: Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 137

142 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NAFTA ANNUAL PERMITS - Continued Combined Gross Weight Fee Per 100 Pounds or Fraction Thereof *10,000 - 36,000 lbs. $0.60 36,001 - 42,000 lbs. $0.75 $0.90 42,001 - 62,000 lbs. 62,001 - and up $1.00 *(No such combination of vehicles may be registered for a combined gross weight of less than 18,000 pounds) EXAMPLE: COMBINED GROSS WEIGHT 80,000 POUNDS $40.00 plus (80,000 ÷ 100 = 800 x $1.00 fee per 100 pounds = $800.00) = $840.00 + .30 reflectorization fee = $840.30 total fee. The term "Combined Gross Weight" is the empty weight of the truck or truck tractor combined with the empty weight of the heaviest semitrailer(s) used or to be used in combination therewith the heaviest load to be carried on such combination during the NAFTA Annual Permit PLUS Registration Year. Evidence of financial responsibility, or liability insurance, issued by an insurance company or surety company authorized to write Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance in Texas must accompany each application for an annual permit; or, if the applicant is a registered motor carrier through TxDOT's Motor Carrier Division, a current motor carrier registration listing or an international stamp indicating that the vehicle is in compliance will be accepted in lieu of evidence of financial responsibility. Vehicles registered with NAFTA Annual Permits are not subject to optional local fees. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 138

143 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NAFTA ANNUAL PERMITS - Continued NOTE: A motor carrier issued NAFTA Annual Permit may not operate outside the confines of the commercial zones determined by the Interstate Commerce Commission until the cross border traffic provision provided by North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is enacted. The Border Commercial Zones for the United States/Mexico ports of entry are based on the number of miles from the city limit boundaries depending on the population of the city. The boundaries of a border commercial zone may be modified or established only as provided by federal law. Travel Miles Allowed City Population from City Limits Boundaries * 266,600 Brownsville, Texas 6 Del Rio, Texas 30,705 Eagle Pass, Texas 20,651 4 El Paso, Texas 15 592,400 3 Fabens Texas 1,599 384,800 Hidalgo, Texas * 8 126,300 Laredo, Texas Presidio, Texas 3,072 4 Progresso, Texas * 1,951 * Rio Grande City, Texas 9,891 Roma, Texas * 8,059 The 4-county area of Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy Counties *These cities are located in the border commercial zone of Cameron, Hildalgo, Starr, and Willacy counties. Therefore, mileage or population does not mandate the zone limits. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 139

144 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions CANADIAN BORDER REQUIREMENTS Special entry requirements: • Criminal code conviction such as drunk driving, person must apply for a Ministers Permit to allow entry into Canada. If conviction is for a more serious crime, person must apply after 5 years to Minister • of Immigration for permit to enter Canada. Additional Information: Firearms cannot be brought into Canada without a Canadian Firearm Permit • effective January 1, 2001. • Any present being brought into Canada must be declared. If driver is bringing his/her child into Canada, he/she must have the child's birth • certificate and a notarized letter from the remaining parent authorizing the travel. • Due to immigration laws and the requirement for a work visa, a US based carrier cannot work point to point within Canada. All equipment brought into Canada is on an import/export basis and cannot remain • in Canada for a period of greater than 30 days. For further information: www.ccra-adre.gc.ca www.cfo-ccaf.gc.ca Province to Province - All Canadian jurisdictions require the following: Vehicle registration • • IRP Cab Card IFTA certificate/decal • • Vehicle inspection certificate/decal Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 140

145 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions TEMPORARY APPORTIONED REGISTRATION OPERATING AUTHORITY (TOA) Texas issues a Texas Temporary IRP Apportionment Authorization (TOA), Form AP50, to provide Texas apportioned carriers with a means of immediately operating commercial vehicles being added to their fleets pending the issuance of regular apportioned registration for the vehicles. The Texas TOA is valid for a 45-day period from the date of issuance and provides temporary authority for both the intrastate and interstate operation of the vehicle in other IRP jurisdictions in which the carrier is qualified. The Texas TOA receipt is issued in lieu of any other type of apportioned registration for the specified period. of temporary operating authority permits by Charts on the following pages concern the issuance other IRP jurisdictions. Intrastate and interstate operation of a vehicle in Texas is authorized with the issuance of any of these permits provided the permit contains: 1. the name of the issuing jurisdiction, 2. the date of issuance, 3. the period for which valid or the expiration date, 4. the vehicle description, 5. the listing of Texas as a state in which the carrier is qualified to operate and, 6. the qualified weight for the vehicle in Texas. State or TOA Receipt/Tag Facsimile Days Province Issued Issued Allowed Valid Receipt Alabama Yes Yes 30-60 Yes 30 No Receipt and Tag Alberta Yes Receipt No 30 Arizona Receipt and Tag Yes Yes 30 Arkansas British Columbia No Yes Receipt and Tag No 30-90 California Receipt and Tag Yes Yes Colorado 45 Yes Receipt 45 Connecticut Yes Yes Yes 60 Receipt and Tag Delaware No District of Columbia Florida Yes Receipt No 60 Georgia Yes Yes Receipt 60 Yes Receipt Yes 45 Idaho Receipt Yes Yes Illinois 30 Yes 60 Yes Receipt Indiana Yes Receipt and Tag Yes 90 Iowa Receipt Yes Yes On Form Kansas Kentucky Receipt Yes Yes 10 Yes Receipt No 30 Louisiana Receipt and Tag Yes No Maine 45 45 Receipt and Tag Yes Maryland Yes Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 141

146 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions TOA Facsimile State or Days Receipt/Tag Issued Allowed Issued Valid Province Yes Receipt Yes 45 Massachusetts Receipt Michigan 30 Yes Yes Receipt No Yes 45 Mississippi Receipt Yes No Minnesota 30 Receipt Yes Missouri Yes 45 45 Montana Receipt Yes Yes Yes Receipt Yes Nebraska 60 Nevada Yes Receipt 60 Yes Receipt 45 No Yes New Hampshire Receipt Yes No New Jersey 3 Yes Receipt and Tag Yes 45 New Mexico Receipt Yes Yes New York 30 Yes North Carolina Receipt 60 Yes North Dakota Yes On Form Receipt and Tag Yes Ohio Receipt Yes Yes 45 Yes Yes Oklahoma 45 Receipt Receipt Yes Yes Oregon 30 Receipt Yes Yes 30 Pennsylvania No Saskatchewan South Carolina Yes Letter Yes 45 Receipt Yes South Dakota 45 Yes Yes Receipt Yes 45 Tennessee Tag No Utah 60 Yes Vermont Receipt and Tag Yes 45 Yes Virginia Receipt Yes Yes 10 Tag No Yes 40 West Virginia Receipt Yes Yes Wisconsin 45 Washington Yes Receipt Yes 60 Yes Receipt Wyoming 15-30 Yes Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 142

147 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions TRANSPORTER OR INTRANSIT LICENSE PLATES RECIPROCITY Texas grants reciprocity for interstate operations on the use of Transporter or Intransit License Plates as indicated in the following charts: New or Used Reciprocity New Vehicles State Granted Vehicles Only Yes X Alabama Alaska No No Arizona Yes X Arkansas California X Yes No Colorado Yes X Connecticut Delaware X Yes District of Columbia X Yes Yes X Florida Yes Georgia X No Hawaii No Idaho Yes X Illinois Yes X Indiana Iowa X Yes Kansas X Yes Yes X Kentucky Yes Louisiana X Yes X Maine X Yes Maryland Yes X Massachusetts Michigan X Yes Minnesota No X Mississippi Yes Yes X Missouri Montana No Nebraska No ` No Nevada Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 143

148 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions State Reciprocity New or Used New Vehicles Granted Vehicles Only New Hampshire X Yes Yes X New Jersey No New Mexico New York X Yes Yes North Carolina X North Dakota Yes X X Ohio Yes Oklahoma Yes X Oregon X Yes Pennsylvania Yes X X Yes Rhode Island X Yes South Carolina South Dakota X Yes Tennessee Yes X Utah Yes X Yes X Vermont X Virginia Yes Yes Washington X West Virginia X Yes Wisconsin Yes X Wyoming No Please Note: Texas does not allow resident mobile homes to display intransit license plates; therefore, Texas will not issue a temporary registration permit to out-of-state mobile homes traveling through Texas displaying an Intransit license plate. Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Issued November 2002 Texas Department of Transportation Page 144

149 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR DOUBLES NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR TRAILER SEMI- TRACTOR/ 53' 53' 45' 48' NS 45' 53' 57' 53' NR 48' 48' 48' 48' 48' 51' TRAILER SEMI- COMBINATIONS 48' 57' 53' NS 48' 45' 48' 53' 48' 48' 48' 48' 51' 48' 42' 53' TRAILER MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LENGTHS 40' 40' 36' 40' 35' 60' 35'/40'** 60' 40' 40' 42' 40' 40' 40' 40' 40' TRUCKS STRAIGHT 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" MAX. HEIGHT 8' 6" 9' 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" MAX. WIDTH MAXIMUM SIZES AND WEIGHTS 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,800 80,000 80,000 80,000 MAX. GROSS WT. ON INTER- STATE HWYS Georgia Colorado Indiana Idaho Alabama Arizona District of Columbia Illinois Hawaii California STATE Iowa Arkansas Alaska Connecticut Florida Delaware Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Texas Department of Transportation Issued November 2002 Page 145

150 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 48' 48' 48' 53' 53' 50' 48' 50' 53' 53' 48' 53' 48' NS' 53' 48' 48' 62' 48' COMBINATIONS 48' 48' 53' 40' 50' 48' NS 48' 50' 35' 53' 48 48' 40' 53' 45' NS 40' 48' MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LENGTHS 40' 40' 40' 35' 35' 55' 40' 42' 6" 40' 40' 45' 40' 45' 40' 40' 40' 50' 35'/40'** 40' 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 14' 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 13' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 86,400 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 New York New Jersey New Hampshire Nevada North Carolina Nebraska Montana Missouri Mississippi New Mexico Kansas Minnesota North Dakota Michigan Massachusetts Maryland Maine Louisiana Kentucky Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Texas Department of Transportation Issued November 2002 Page 146

151 Summary of Reciprocity Agreements between Texas and Other Jurisdictions NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 48' 52' 48' 53' 48' 48' 48' 48'/ 53' 48' 53' 57' 53' 50' 48' 48' 48' COMBINATIONS 48' 50' 40'' 57' 48' 48' 52' 53' 48' 48' 48' 48' 40' 48' / 53' 45' 48' MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE LENGTHS 40' 45' 45' 40' 60' 35' 35' / 40'** 65' 40' 40' 40' 45' 40' 40' 35'/40'** 40' **- (40' with 3 axles, except buses) * - Information Provided by NADA 14' 14' 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 14' 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 13' 6" 14' 13' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 8' 6" 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 West Virginia Washington Virginia Vermont Utah Wyoming Texas Ohio South Dakota South Carolina Wisconsin Rhode Island Pennsylvania Oregon Oklahoma NS--Not Specified NR--Not Restricted Tennessee Vehicle Titles and Registration Division Texas Department of Transportation Issued November 2002 Page 147

152 BOOK 251 DHT#142912 NOVEMBER 2002 Copies of this publ ication have been deposited with the Texas State Library in compliance with the State Depository Law.

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