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SB 79 revise certain provisions regarding the display of motorcycle li...

State of South Dakota  
NINETY-SECOND SESSION
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, 2017  

354Y0340   SENATE BILL   NO.  79  

Introduced by:    Senators Haverly, Bolin, Ewing, Frerichs, Greenfield (Brock), Jensen (Phil), Klumb, Langer, Maher, Monroe, Nelson, Netherton, Partridge, Peters, Soholt, Solano, Stalzer, Sutton, Tidemann, White, Wiik, and Youngberg and Representatives Kaiser, Bartling, Brunner, Campbell, Dennert, DiSanto, Glanzer, Gosch, Greenfield (Lana), Haugaard, Howard, Hunhoff, Karr, Latterell, Livermont, Lust, Marty, May, Otten (Herman), Rhoden, Rounds, Schoenfish, Tieszen, Turbiville, and Wollmann
 

        FOR AN ACT ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the display of motorcycle license plates.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:
    Section 1. That § 32-5-98 be amended to read:
    32-5-98. Except as otherwise specifically provided, no person may operate or drive a motor vehicle on the public highways of this state unless the vehicle has a distinctive number assigned to it by the department, and two number plates, bearing the number conspicuously displayed, horizontally and in an upright position, one on the front and one on the rear of the vehicle, each securely fastened. The plates shall at all times, as far as is reasonably possible, be kept clear and free of mud, ice, or snow so as to be clearly visible. All number plates, markers, or stamps evidencing registration or licensing of any vehicle in this or any foreign state, territory, district, or possession and any plate, marker, or stamp used in substitution for or in lieu of the number

plates required by this section by virtue of any law or executive order for any prior year or years shall be removed from such vehicles. A motorcycle is only required to display one number plate. The motorcycle plate may be mounted in any visible manner other than upside down. A violation of this section is a Class 2 misdemeanor.

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