CARSON CITY — Gov. Brian Sandoval signed into law Monday a bill that will exempt older, classic cars from the annual requirement that they must pass pollution control emission tests.
Under Assembly Bill 2, the vehicle owner still must pay to the Department of Motor Vehicles a fee equal to the cost of the emissions test.
The bill was introduced by Assemblywoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick, D-North Las Vegas, and applies to older vehicles, classic cars and street rods that acquire special license plates for their type of vehicle.
Sandoval has five days, excluding Sundays, to sign bills during the legislative session. After the session is over, he has 10 days after the receipt of bills to sign them into law or veto them. What with legislators passing hundreds of bills in the last week, Sandoval’s job only is beginning.
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