Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 131.08 - Letter of temporary exemption from emission inspection requirements

(1) ELIGIBILITY. When a vehicle subject to the emission inspection requirements of this chapter is unavailable for an inspection due to either the vehicle's absence or inoperative condition, or the owner's or lessee's absence or incapacity, during the 180 day period prior to the license expiration date, or within 45 days of an ownership change registration or registration as a collector or hobbyist vehicle, and inspection is not available under s. Trans 131.10, the owner or lessee may request of the department a letter of temporary exemption from the requirements of this chapter.
(2) APPLICATION. The department shall provide an application form, MVD2472, on which the vehicle owner or lessee shall state their name, permanent address, temporary address, if used, and daytime telephone number. The vehicle owner or lessee shall identify the vehicle involved, provide the reason for requesting a letter of temporary exemption, certify that the vehicle is unavailable for emission inspection, and state the date when the vehicle will again be operated within a Wisconsin county subject to the emission inspection requirements of this chapter.
(3) ISSUANCE. Upon approval of the application by the department, a letter of temporary exemption shall be issued to the vehicle owner or lessee. Such approval letter shall allow the owner or lessee to proceed with vehicle registration renewal. As a condition of granting the letter of temporary exemption, the department shall require that the vehicle be inspected within 30 days of the date the applicant indicates that the vehicle will again be operated within a Wisconsin county subject to the emission inspection requirements of this chapter.
(4) DURATION. A letter of temporary exemption shall not be valid longer than the period of registration renewal.

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Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 131.08
Cr. Register, June, 1993, No. 450, eff. 7-1-93; emerg. am., eff. 12-4-95; am. (1) to (3), Register, April, 1996, No. 484, eff. 5-1-96; CR 01-121: am. (1), Register March 2002 No. 555, eff. 4-1-02.

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