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32-10-6 Fleet licensing--Apportionment of fees based on miles traveled.
     32-10-6.   Fleet licensing--Apportionment of fees based on miles traveled. If any jurisdiction permits or requires the licensing of fleets of vehicles in interstate or combined interstate and intrastate commerce and payment of registration fees, license taxes, or other fixed fees thereon on an apportionment basis commensurate with and determined by the miles traveled on and the use made of said jurisdiction's highways as compared with the miles traveled on and the use made of other jurisdiction's highways or any other equitable basis of apportionment, and exempts vehicles registered in other jurisdictions under such apportionment basis from the requirement of full payment of its own registration, license, or other fixed fees, then the administrator may by agreement adopt such exemption with respect to vehicles of such fleets, whether owned by residents or nonresidents of this state and regardless of where based.

Source: SL 1961, ch 237, § 5.

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