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49-420P.  idaho rotary international plates. (1) Any person who is the owner of a vehicle registered under the provisions of section 49-402, Idaho Code, or registered under any other section of law for which the purchase of special plates is allowed, may apply for and, upon department approval, receive Idaho Rotary International license plates in lieu of regular license plates. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle with a registered maximum gross weight over twenty-six thousand (26,000) pounds. Availability of Idaho Rotary International license plates for other vehicles shall be subject to the rules, policies and procedures of the department.
(2)  In addition to the regular registration fee required in chapter 4, title 49, Idaho Code, the applicant shall be charged a fee of thirty-five dollars ($35.00) for the initial issuance of plates, and twenty-five dollars ($25.00) upon each succeeding annual registration. Thirteen dollars ($13.00) of the initial fee and thirteen dollars ($13.00) of the renewal fee shall be deposited in the state highway account and shall be used to fund the cost of administration of this special license plate program. Twenty-two dollars ($22.00) of each initial fee and twelve dollars ($12.00) of each renewal fee shall be transferred by the state treasurer for deposit with the Boise Southwest Rotary Foundation, which in turn will distribute the funds between the three (3) state districts: Boise Southwest Rotary Foundation, Rotary District 5080 Charitable Programs, Inc., and District 5400 Charitable Programs, Inc. The Boise Southwest Rotary Foundation shall distribute funds generated by license plate purchasers in each district to that district. The moneys shall be used solely for charitable efforts in Idaho, and none can be used for club activities or administrative costs.
(3)  Whenever title or interest in a vehicle registered under the provisions of this section is transferred or assigned, the owner may transfer the special plates to another vehicle upon payment of the required transfer fees. The owner may only display the plates on another vehicle upon receipt of the new registration from the department.
(4)  The Idaho Rotary International license plate shall be of a color and design in accordance with the provisions of section 49-402C, Idaho Code. That portion of the design that features the Idaho Rotary International design shall be acceptable to the Boise Southwest Rotary Foundation and shall be approved by the Idaho transportation department utilizing a numbering system as determined by the department. Initial costs of the plate program, including costs of plate design, shall be paid by the Boise Southwest Rotary Foundation.
(5)  Sample Idaho Rotary International license plates may be purchased for a fee of thirty dollars ($30.00), thirteen dollars ($13.00) of which shall be deposited in the state highway account and seventeen dollars ($17.00) of which shall be transferred to the Boise Southwest Rotary Foundation and shall be used for purposes as provided in subsection (2) of this section.

[49-420P, added 2018, ch. 253, sec. 1, p. 583.]

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