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HB 5011

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A bill to be entitled
2An act relating to the Department of Highway Safety and
3Motor Vehicles; amending s. 318.15, F.S.; increasing the
4amount and revising the disposition of a service charge
5for reinstatement of a driver license suspended for
6failure to pay civil penalties, attend driver improvement
7school, or appear at a scheduled hearing for a traffic
8infraction; amending s. 319.32, F.S.; increasing fees for
9certain certificates of title; providing a fee for certain
10subsequent vehicle examinations; specifying criteria for
11such examinations; providing for disposition of the
12proceeds from the fees; amending s. 320.03, F.S.;
13increasing the amount and revising the disposition of a
14fee for registration of a motor vehicle; amending s.
15320.04, F.S.; increasing a service charge on applications
16for an original or duplicate issuance or the transfer of
17any license plate, mobile home sticker, or validation
18sticker or for transfer or duplicate issuance of any
19registration certificate; amending s. 320.05, F.S.;
20specifying the amount of a fee for lists of motor vehicle
21and vessel records; requiring a fee for registration data
22provided by electronic access through a tax collector's
23office; revising the disposition of proceeds from such
24fees; amending s. 320.06, F.S.; revising the time period
25for which a registration license plate and replacement
26plates may be issued; revising fees for such replacement
27plates; increasing a fee for original and renewal
28registration; amending s. 320.0607, F.S.; increasing fees
29for original or replacement license plates, validation
30decals, and mobile home stickers; amending s. 320.072,
31F.S.; increasing a fee imposed on the initial registration
32application for certain vehicles; amending s. 320.08,
33F.S.; increasing the annual license taxes for the
34operation of certain vehicles; amending ss. 320.0801 and
35320.0804, F.S.; increasing and revising the disposition of
36surcharges on specified vehicles; amending s. 320.08048,
37F.S.; increasing the fee for sample regular issuance
38license plates or specialty license plates; amending s.
39320.0805, F.S.; increasing a processing fee for a
40personalized prestige license plate; amending s.
41320.08056, F.S.; increasing a processing fee for a
42specialty license plate; amending s. 320.084, F.S.;
43conforming the amount of a fee to changes made by the act;
44amending ss. 320.20 and 320.203, F.S.; revising the
45disposition of revenue derived from the registration of
46motor vehicles; amending s. 320.642, F.S.; providing a fee
47and a service charge for publication and delivery of a
48notice given by certain licensed dealers; providing for
49disposition of moneys collected; amending s. 322.12, F.S.;
50increasing the fee for certain driver's license
51examinations; amending s. 322.20, F.S.; increasing fees
52for certain services and documents; amending s. 322.21,
53F.S.; increasing fees for original, renewal, or extension
54of certain driver's licenses or identification cards;
55providing fees for a hearing on or a review of certain
56actions of the department; amending s. 322.29, F.S.;
57increasing the amount and revising disposition of fees for
58applicants for return of a license suspended under
59specified provisions; amending s. 322.293, F.S.;
60increasing fees assessed for enrollment in a DUI program;
61providing an effective date.
62
63Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
64
65     Section 1.  Subsection (2) of section 318.15, Florida
66Statutes, is amended to read:
67     318.15  Failure to comply with civil penalty or to appear;
68penalty.--
69     (2)  After suspension of the driver's license and privilege
70to drive of a person under subsection (1), the license and
71privilege may not be reinstated until the person complies with
72all obligations and penalties imposed on him or her under s.
73318.18 and presents to a driver license office a certificate of
74compliance issued by the court, together with a nonrefundable
75service charge of $60 up to $47.50 imposed under s. 322.29, or
76presents a certificate of compliance and pays the aforementioned
77service charge of up to $47.50 to the clerk of the court or a
78driver licensing agent authorized in s. 322.135 clearing such
79suspension. Of the charge collected by the clerk of the court or
80driver licensing agent, $22.50 $10 shall be remitted to the
81Department of Revenue to be deposited into the Highway Safety
82Operating Trust Fund. Such person shall also be in compliance
83with requirements of chapter 322 prior to reinstatement.
84     Section 2.  Subsections (1) and (5) of section 319.32,
85Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
86     319.32  Fees; service charges; disposition.--
87     (1)  The department shall charge a fee of $45 $24 for each
88original certificate of title except for a certificate of title
89for a motor vehicle for hire registered under s. 320.08(6), for
90which the title fee shall be $3, $45 $24 for each duplicate copy
91of a certificate of title except for a certificate of title for
92a motor vehicle for hire registered under s. 320.08(6), for
93which the title fee shall be $3, $2 for each salvage certificate
94of title, and $3 for each assignment by a lienholder. It shall
95also charge a fee of $2 for noting a lien on a title
96certificate, which fee shall include the services for the
97subsequent issuance of a corrected certificate or cancellation
98of lien when that lien is satisfied. If an application for a
99certificate of title is for a rebuilt vehicle that is required
100by s. 319.14(1)(b) to have a physical examination, the
101department shall charge an additional fee of $40 for each
102initial examination and $20 for each subsequent examination. The
103initial examination fee shall be deposited into the General
104Revenue Fund, and each subsequent examination fee shall be
105deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund. The
106conducting a physical examination of the vehicle shall include,
107but not be limited to, verification of the vehicle
108identification number and verification of the bill of sale or
109title for major components to assure its identity. In addition
110to all other fees charged, a sum of $1 shall be paid for the
111issuance of an original or duplicate certificate of title to
112cover the cost of materials used for security purposes.
113     (5)  All fees collected pursuant to subsection (3) shall be
114paid into the Nongame Wildlife Trust Fund. For fiscal years
1152009-2010 through 2014-2015 only, $21 Twenty-one dollars of each
116fee for each applicable original certificate of title and each
117applicable duplicate copy of a certificate of title, after
118deducting the service charges imposed by s. 215.20, shall be
119deposited into the State Transportation Trust Fund. Beginning
120July 1, 2015, $42 of each fee for each applicable original
121certificate of title and each applicable duplicate copy of a
122certificate of title, after deducting the service charges
123imposed by s. 215.20, shall be deposited into the State
124Transportation Trust Fund. All other fees collected by the
125department under this chapter shall be paid into the General
126Revenue Fund.
127     Section 3.  Subsection (5) of section 320.03, Florida
128Statutes, is amended to read:
129     320.03  Registration; duties of tax collectors;
130International Registration Plan.--
131     (5)  A fee of $1 50 cents shall be charged, in addition to
132the fees required under s. 320.08, on every license registration
133sold to cover the costs of the Florida Real Time Vehicle
134Information System. The fees collected hereunder shall be
135distributed as follows: 75 cents 25 cents into the Highway
136Safety Operating Trust Fund, which shall be used to fund the
137Florida Real Time Vehicle Information System and may be used to
138fund the general operations of the department, and 25 cents into
139the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund to be used exclusively
140to fund the Florida Real Time Vehicle Information System. The
141only use of this latter portion of the fee shall be to fund the
142Florida Real Time Vehicle Information System equipment,
143software, and networks used in the offices of the county tax
144collectors as agents of the department and the ancillary
145technology necessary to integrate the Florida Real Time Vehicle
146Information System with other tax collection systems. The
147department shall administer this program upon consultation with
148the Florida Tax Collectors, Inc., to ensure that each county tax
149collector's office will be technologically equipped and
150functional for the operation of the Florida Real Time Vehicle
151Information System. Any of the designated revenue collected to
152support functions of the county tax collectors and not used in a
153given year will remain exclusively in the trust fund as a
154carryover to the following year.
155     Section 4.  Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section
156320.04, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
157     320.04  Registration service charge.--
158     (1)(a)  There shall be a service charge of $5 $2.50 for
159each application which is handled in connection with original
160issuance, duplicate issuance, or transfer of any license plate,
161mobile home sticker, or validation sticker or with transfer or
162duplicate issuance of any registration certificate. There may
163also be a service charge of up to $1 for the issuance of each
164license plate validation sticker, vessel decal, and mobile home
165sticker issued from an automated vending facility or printer
166dispenser machine which shall be payable to and retained by the
167department to provide for automated vending facilities or
168printer dispenser machines used to dispense such stickers and
169decals by each tax collector's or license tag agent's employee.
170     Section 5.  Subsection (3) of section 320.05, Florida
171Statutes, is amended to read:
172     320.05  Records of the department; inspection procedure;
173lists and searches; fees.--
174     (3)(a)  The department is authorized, upon application of
175any person and payment of the proper fees, to prepare and
176furnish lists containing motor vehicle or vessel information in
177such form as the department may authorize, to search the records
178of the department and make reports thereof, and to make
179photographic copies of the department records and attestations
180thereof.
181     (b)  Fees therefor shall be charged and collected as
182follows:
183     1.  For providing lists of motor vehicle or vessel records
184for the entire state, or any part or parts thereof, divided
185according to counties, a sum computed at a rate of not less than
1861 cent nor more than 5 cents per item.
187     2.  For providing noncertified photographic copies of motor
188vehicle or vessel documents, $1 per page.
189     3.  For providing noncertified photographic copies of
190micrographic records, $1 per page.
191     4.  For providing certified copies of motor vehicle or
192vessel records, $3 per record.
193     5.  For providing noncertified computer-generated printouts
194of motor vehicle or vessel records, 50 cents per record.
195     6.  For providing certified computer-generated printouts of
196motor vehicle or vessel records, $3 per record.
197     7.  For providing electronic access to motor vehicle,
198vessel, and mobile home registration data requested by tag,
199vehicle identification number, title number, or decal number, 50
200cents per item.
201     8.  For providing electronic access to driver's license
202status report by name, sex, and date of birth or by driver
203license number, 50 cents per item.
204     9.  For providing lists of licensed mobile home dealers and
205manufacturers and recreational vehicle dealers and
206manufacturers, $15 per list.
207     10.  For providing lists of licensed motor vehicle dealers,
208$25 per list.
209     11.  For each copy of a videotape record, $15 per tape.
210     12.  For each copy of the Division of Motor Vehicles
211Procedures Manual, $25.
212     (c)  Fees collected pursuant to paragraph (b) shall be
213deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
214     (d)  The department shall furnish such information without
215charge to any court or governmental entity.
216     (e)  When motor vehicle, vessel, or mobile home
217registration data is provided by electronic access through a tax
218collector's office, the appropriate fee provided in paragraph
219(b) must be collected and deposited pursuant to paragraph (c) a
220fee for the electronic access is not required to be assessed.
221However, at the tax collector's discretion, a fee equal to or
222less than the fee charged by the department for such information
223may be assessed by the tax collector for the electronic access.
224Notwithstanding paragraph (c), any funds collected by the tax
225collector as a result of providing such access shall be retained
226by the tax collector.
227     Section 6.  Paragraph (b) of subsection (1) and paragraph
228(b) of subsection (3) of section 320.06, Florida Statutes, as
229amended by chapter 2009-14, Laws of Florida, are amended to
230read:
231     320.06  Registration certificates, license plates, and
232validation stickers generally.--
233     (1)
234     (b)  Registration license plates bearing a graphic symbol
235and the alphanumeric system of identification shall be issued
236for a 10-year 6-year period. At the end of that 10-year 6-year
237period, upon renewal, the plate shall be replaced. The
238department shall extend stagger the scheduled implementation of
239the 6-year license plate replacement date from a 6-year period
240to a 10-year period for any plate issued after July 1, 2009
241cycle. The fee for such replacement is $20 $12, $2 of which
242shall be paid each year before the plate is replaced, to be
243credited towards the next $20 $12 replacement fee. The fees
244shall be deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
245A credit or refund shall not be given for any prior years'
246payments of such prorated replacement fee if the plate is
247replaced or surrendered before the end of the 10-year 6-year
248period, except that a credit may be given when a registrant is
249required by the department to replace a license plate under s.
250320.08056(8)(a). With each license plate, there shall be issued
251a validation sticker showing the owner's birth month, license
252plate number, and the year of expiration or the appropriate
253renewal period if the owner is not a natural person. The
254validation sticker shall be placed on the upper right corner of
255the license plate. Such license plate and validation sticker
256shall be issued based on the applicant's appropriate renewal
257period. The registration period is a period of 12 months, the
258extended registration period is a period of 24 months, and all
259expirations shall occur based on the applicant's appropriate
260registration period. A vehicle with an apportioned registration
261shall be issued an annual license plate and a cab card that
262denote the declared gross vehicle weight for each apportioned
263jurisdiction in which the vehicle is authorized to operate.
264     (3)
265     (b)  An additional fee of $1.50 50 cents shall be collected
266and deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund on
267each motor vehicle registration or motor vehicle renewal
268registration issued in this state in order that all license
269plates and validation stickers be fully treated with
270retroreflective material.
271     Section 7.  Subsections (3) and (5) of section 320.0607,
272Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
273     320.0607  Replacement license plates, validation decal, or
274mobile home sticker.--
275     (3)  Except as provided in subsection (2), in all such
276cases, upon filing of an application accompanied by a fee of $20
277$10 plus applicable service charges, the department shall issue
278a replacement plate, sticker, or decal as the case may be if it
279is satisfied that the information reported in the application is
280true. The replacement fee shall be deposited into the Highway
281Safety Operating Trust Fund.
282     (5)  Upon the issuance of an original license plate, the
283applicant shall pay a fee of $20 $10 to be deposited in the
284Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
285     Section 8.  Subsection (1) of section 320.072, Florida
286Statutes, is amended to read:
287     320.072  Additional fee imposed on certain motor vehicle
288registration transactions.--
289     (1)  A fee of $200 $100 is imposed upon the initial
290application for registration pursuant to s. 320.06 of every
291motor vehicle classified in s. 320.08(2), (3), and (9)(c) and
292(d).
293     Section 9.  Paragraphs (a), (b), and (d) of subsection (1)
294and subsections (2) through (9) of section 320.08, Florida
295Statutes, are amended to read:
296     320.08  License taxes.--Except as otherwise provided
297herein, there are hereby levied and imposed annual license taxes
298for the operation of motor vehicles, mopeds, motorized bicycles
299as defined in s. 316.003(2), and mobile homes, as defined in s.
300320.01, which shall be paid to and collected by the department
301or its agent upon the registration or renewal of registration of
302the following:
303     (1)  MOTORCYCLES AND MOPEDS.--
304     (a)  Any motorcycle: $20 $10 flat.
305     (b)  Any moped: $10 $5 flat.
306     (d)  An ancient or antique motorcycle: $20 $10 flat.
307     (2)  AUTOMOBILES FOR PRIVATE USE.--
308     (a)  An ancient or antique automobile, as defined in s.
309320.086, or a street rod, as defined in s. 320.0863: $15 $7.50
310flat.
311     (b)  Net weight of less than 2,500 pounds: $29 $14.50 flat.
312     (c)  Net weight of 2,500 pounds or more, but less than
3133,500 pounds: $45 $22.50 flat.
314     (d)  Net weight of 3,500 pounds or more: $65 $32.50 flat.
315     (3)  TRUCKS.--
316     (a)  Net weight of less than 2,000 pounds: $29 $14.50 flat.
317     (b)  Net weight of 2,000 pounds or more, but not more than
3183,000 pounds: $45 $22.50 flat.
319     (c)  Net weight more than 3,000 pounds, but not more than
3205,000 pounds: $65 $32.50 flat.
321     (d)  A truck defined as a "goat," or any other vehicle when
322used in the field by a farmer or in the woods for the purpose of
323harvesting a crop, including naval stores, during such
324harvesting operations, and which is not principally operated
325upon the roads of the state: $15 $7.50 flat. A "goat" is a motor
326vehicle designed, constructed, and used principally for the
327transportation of citrus fruit within citrus groves or for the
328transportation of crops on farms, and which can also be used for
329the hauling of associated equipment or supplies, including
330required sanitary equipment, and the towing of farm trailers.
331     (e)  An ancient or antique truck, as defined in s. 320.086:
332$15 $7.50 flat.
333     (4)  HEAVY TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, FEES ACCORDING TO GROSS
334VEHICLE WEIGHT.--
335     (a)  Gross vehicle weight of 5,001 pounds or more, but less
336than 6,000 pounds: $90 $45 flat.
337     (b)  Gross vehicle weight of 6,000 pounds or more, but less
338than 8,000 pounds: $130 $65 flat.
339     (c)  Gross vehicle weight of 8,000 pounds or more, but less
340than 10,000 pounds: $152 $76 flat.
341     (d)  Gross vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds or more, but
342less than 15,000 pounds: $174 $87 flat.
343     (e)  Gross vehicle weight of 15,000 pounds or more, but
344less than 20,000 pounds: $262 $131 flat.
345     (f)  Gross vehicle weight of 20,000 pounds or more, but
346less than 26,001 pounds: $372 $186 flat.
347     (g)  Gross vehicle weight of 26,001 pounds or more, but
348less than 35,000: $480 $240 flat.
349     (h)  Gross vehicle weight of 35,000 pounds or more, but
350less than 44,000 pounds: $600 $300 flat.
351     (i)  Gross vehicle weight of 44,000 pounds or more, but
352less than 55,000 pounds: $1,144 $572 flat.
353     (j)  Gross vehicle weight of 55,000 pounds or more, but
354less than 62,000 pounds: $1,356 $678 flat.
355     (k)  Gross vehicle weight of 62,000 pounds or more, but
356less than 72,000 pounds: $1,600 $800 flat.
357     (l)  Gross vehicle weight of 72,000 pounds or more: $1,958
358$979 flat.
359     (m)  Notwithstanding the declared gross vehicle weight, a
360truck tractor used within a 150-mile radius of its home address
361shall be eligible for a license plate for a fee of $480 $240
362flat if:
363     1.  The truck tractor is used exclusively for hauling
364forestry products; or
365     2.  The truck tractor is used primarily for the hauling of
366forestry products, and is also used for the hauling of
367associated forestry harvesting equipment used by the owner of
368the truck tractor.
369     (n)  A truck tractor or heavy truck, not operated as a for-
370hire vehicle, which is engaged exclusively in transporting raw,
371unprocessed, and nonmanufactured agricultural or horticultural
372products within a 150-mile radius of its home address, shall be
373eligible for a restricted license plate for a fee of $130 $65
374flat, if such vehicle's declared gross vehicle weight is less
375than 44,000 pounds; or $480 $240 flat, if such vehicle's
376declared gross vehicle weight is 44,000 pounds or more and such
377vehicle only transports:
378     1.  From the point of production to the point of primary
379manufacture;
380     2.  From the point of production to the point of assembling
381the same; or
382     3.  From the point of production to a shipping point of
383either a rail, water, or motor transportation company.
384
385Such not-for-hire truck tractors and heavy trucks used
386exclusively in transporting raw, unprocessed, and
387nonmanufactured agricultural or horticultural products may be
388incidentally used to haul farm implements and fertilizers when
389delivered direct to the growers. The department may require any
390such documentation deemed necessary to determine eligibility
391prior to issuance of this license plate. For the purpose of this
392paragraph, "not-for-hire" means the owner of the motor vehicle
393must also be the owner of the raw, unprocessed, and
394nonmanufactured agricultural or horticultural product, or the
395user of the farm implements and fertilizer being delivered.
396     (5)  SEMITRAILERS, FEES ACCORDING TO GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT;
397SCHOOL BUSES; SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES.--
398     (a)1.  A semitrailer drawn by a GVW truck tractor by means
399of a fifth-wheel arrangement: $20 $10 flat per registration year
400or any part thereof.
401     2.  A semitrailer drawn by a GVW truck tractor by means of
402a fifth-wheel arrangement: $100 $50 flat per permanent
403registration.
404     (b)  A motor vehicle equipped with machinery and designed
405for the exclusive purpose of well drilling, excavation,
406construction, spraying, or similar activity, and which is not
407designed or used to transport loads other than the machinery
408described above over public roads: $65 $32.50 flat.
409     (c)  A school bus used exclusively to transport pupils to
410and from school or school or church activities or functions
411within their own county: $60 $30 flat.
412     (d)  A wrecker, as defined in s. 320.01(40), which is used
413to tow a vessel as defined in s. 327.02(39), a disabled,
414abandoned, stolen-recovered, or impounded motor vehicle as
415defined in s. 320.01(38), or a replacement motor vehicle as
416defined in s. 320.01(39): $60 $30 flat.
417     (e)  A wrecker, as defined in s. 320.01(40), which is used
418to tow any motor vehicle, regardless of whether or not such
419motor vehicle is a disabled motor vehicle as defined in s.
420320.01(38), a replacement motor vehicle as defined in s.
421320.01(39), a vessel as defined in s. 327.02(39), or any other
422cargo, as follows:
423     1.  Gross vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds or more, but less
424than 15,000 pounds: $174 $87 flat.
425     2.  Gross vehicle weight of 15,000 pounds or more, but less
426than 20,000 pounds: $262 $131 flat.
427     3.  Gross vehicle weight of 20,000 pounds or more, but less
428than 26,000 pounds: $372 $186 flat.
429     4.  Gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or more, but less
430than 35,000 pounds: $480 $240 flat.
431     5.  Gross vehicle weight of 35,000 pounds or more, but less
432than 44,000 pounds: $600 $300 flat.
433     6.  Gross vehicle weight of 44,000 pounds or more, but less
434than 55,000 pounds: $1,144 $572 flat.
435     7.  Gross vehicle weight of 55,000 pounds or more, but less
436than 62,000 pounds: $1,356 $678 flat.
437     8.  Gross vehicle weight of 62,000 pounds or more, but less
438than 72,000 pounds: $1,600 $800 flat.
439     9.  Gross vehicle weight of 72,000 pounds or more: $1,958
440$979 flat.
441     (f)  A hearse or ambulance: $60 $30 flat.
442     (6)  MOTOR VEHICLES FOR HIRE.--
443     (a)  Under nine passengers: $25 $12.50 flat plus $1 per
444cwt.
445     (b)  Nine passengers and over: $25 $12.50 flat plus $1.50
446per cwt.
447     (7)  TRAILERS FOR PRIVATE USE.--
448     (a)  Any trailer weighing 500 pounds or less: $10 $5 flat
449per year or any part thereof.
450     (b)  Net weight over 500 pounds: $5 $2.50 flat plus 75
451cents per cwt.
452     (8)  TRAILERS FOR HIRE.--
453     (a)  Net weight under 2,000 pounds: $5 $2.50 flat plus $1
454per cwt.
455     (b)  Net weight 2,000 pounds or more: $20 $10 flat plus $1
456per cwt.
457     (9)  RECREATIONAL VEHICLE-TYPE UNITS.--
458     (a)  A travel trailer or fifth-wheel trailer, as defined by
459s. 320.01(1)(b), that does not exceed 35 feet in length: $40 $20
460flat.
461     (b)  A camping trailer, as defined by s. 320.01(1)(b)2.:
462$20 $10 flat.
463     (c)  A motor home, as defined by s. 320.01(1)(b)4.:
464     1.  Net weight of less than 4,500 pounds: $40 $20 flat.
465     2.  Net weight of 4,500 pounds or more: $70 $35 flat.
466     (d)  A truck camper as defined by s. 320.01(1)(b)3.:
467     1.  Net weight of less than 4,500 pounds: $40 $20 flat.
468     2.  Net weight of 4,500 pounds or more: $70 $35 flat.
469     (e)  A private motor coach as defined by s. 320.01(1)(b)5.:
470     1.  Net weight of less than 4,500 pounds: $40 $20 flat.
471     2.  Net weight of 4,500 pounds or more: $70 $35 flat.
472     Section 10.  Subsection (2) of section 320.0801, Florida
473Statutes, is amended to read:
474     320.0801  Additional license tax on certain vehicles.--
475     (2)  In addition to the license taxes imposed by s. 320.08
476and by subsection (1), there is imposed an additional surcharge
477of $10 $5 on each commercial motor vehicle having a gross
478vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds or more, which surcharge must be
479paid to the department or its agent upon the registration or
480renewal of registration of the commercial motor vehicle.
481Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 320.20, 50 percent of the
482revenues collected from the surcharge imposed in this subsection
483shall must be deposited into the State Transportation Trust Fund
484and 50 percent shall be deposited in the General Revenue Fund.
485     Section 11.  Section 320.0804, Florida Statutes, is amended
486to read:
487     320.0804  Surcharge on license tax; transportation trust
488fund.--There is hereby levied and imposed on each license tax
489imposed under s. 320.08, except those set forth in s.
490320.08(11), a surcharge in the amount of $4 $2, which shall be
491collected in the same manner as the license tax. Of this amount,
492$2 shall be and deposited into the State Transportation Trust
493Fund and $2 shall be deposited into the General Revenue Fund.
494This surcharge shall apply to registration periods beginning
495July 1, 1991.
496     Section 12.  Subsection (1) of section 320.08048, Florida
497Statutes, is amended to read:
498     320.08048  Sample license plates.--
499     (1)  The department is authorized, upon application and
500payment of a $20 $10 fee per plate, to provide one or more
501sample regular issuance license plates or specialty license
502plates based upon availability.
503     Section 13.  Paragraph (c) of subsection (2) of section
504320.0805, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 2009-14, Laws
505of Florida, is amended to read:
506     320.0805  Personalized prestige license plates.--
507     (2)  Each request for specific numbers or letters or
508combinations thereof shall be submitted annually to the
509department on an application form supplied by the department,
510accompanied by the following tax and fees:
511     (c)  A processing fee of $5 $2, to be deposited into the
512Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
513     Section 14.  Paragraph (b) of subsection (3) of section
514320.08056, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 2009-14, Laws
515of Florida, is amended to read:
516     320.08056  Specialty license plates.--
517     (3)  Each request must be made annually to the department,
518accompanied by the following tax and fees:
519     (b)  A processing fee of $5 $2, to be deposited into the
520Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
521     Section 15.  Paragraph (b) of subsection (4) of section
522320.084, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
523     320.084  Free motor vehicle license plate to certain
524disabled veterans.--
525     (4)
526     (b)  There shall be a service charge in accordance with the
527provisions of s. 320.04 for each initial application or renewal
528of registration and an additional sum of $1.50 50 cents on each
529license plate and validation sticker as provided in s.
530320.06(3)(b).
531     Section 16.  Section 320.20, Florida Statutes, is amended
532to read:
533     320.20  Disposition of license tax moneys.--The revenue
534derived from the registration of motor vehicles, including any
535delinquent fees and excluding those revenues collected and
536distributed under the provisions of s. 320.081, must be
537distributed monthly, as collected, as follows:
538     (1)  The first proceeds, to the extent necessary to comply
539with the provisions of s. 18, Art. XII of the State Constitution
540of 1885, as adopted by s. 9(d), Art. XII, 1968 revised
541constitution, and the additional provisions of s. 9(d) and s.
5421010.57, must be deposited in the district Capital Outlay and
543Debt Service School Trust Fund.
544     (2)  For fiscal years 2009-2010 through 2014-2015 only, 50
545percent of the total revenues derived from the registration of
546motor vehicles, including any delinquent fees and excluding
547those revenues collected and distributed under s. 320.081, shall
548be deposited in the General Revenue Fund. The deposits to the
549General Revenue Fund shall commence after the requirements of
550subsections (1), (4), and (5) have been satisfied. A final
551adjustment must be made in the last month of a fiscal year so
552that the total revenue deposited in the General Revenue Fund
553each year equals 50 percent of the amount derived from the
554registration of motor vehicles.
555     (3)(2)  Twenty-five million dollars per year of such
556revenues must be deposited in the State Transportation Trust
557Fund, with priority use assigned to completion of the interstate
558highway system. However, any excess funds may be utilized for
559general transportation purposes, consistent with the Department
560of Transportation's legislatively approved objectives.
561     (4)(3)  Notwithstanding any other provision of law except
562subsections (1), and (2), and (3), on July 1, 1996, and annually
563thereafter, $15 million shall be deposited in the State
564Transportation Trust Fund solely for the purposes of funding the
565Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Program
566as provided for in chapter 311. Such revenues shall be
567distributed on a 50-50 matching basis to any port listed in s.
568311.09(1) to be used for funding projects as described in s.
569311.07(3)(b). Such revenues may be assigned, pledged, or set
570aside as a trust for the payment of principal or interest on
571bonds, tax anticipation certificates, or any other form of
572indebtedness issued by an individual port or appropriate local
573government having jurisdiction thereof, or collectively by
574interlocal agreement among any of the ports, or used to purchase
575credit support to permit such borrowings. However, such debt
576shall not constitute a general obligation of the State of
577Florida. The state does hereby covenant with holders of such
578revenue bonds or other instruments of indebtedness issued
579hereunder that it will not repeal or impair or amend in any
580manner which will materially and adversely affect the rights of
581such holders so long as bonds authorized by this section are
582outstanding. Any revenues which are not pledged to the repayment
583of bonds as authorized by this section may be utilized for
584purposes authorized under the Florida Seaport Transportation and
585Economic Development Program. This revenue source is in addition
586to any amounts provided for and appropriated in accordance with
587s. 311.07. The Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic
588Development Council shall approve distribution of funds to ports
589for projects which have been approved pursuant to s. 311.09(5)-
590(9). The council and the Department of Transportation are
591authorized to perform such acts as are required to facilitate
592and implement the provisions of this subsection. To better
593enable the ports to cooperate to their mutual advantage, the
594governing body of each port may exercise powers provided to
595municipalities or counties in s. 163.01(7)(d) subject to the
596provisions of chapter 311 and special acts, if any, pertaining
597to a port. The use of funds provided pursuant to this subsection
598are limited to eligible projects listed in this subsection.
599Income derived from a project completed with the use of program
600funds, beyond operating costs and debt service, shall be
601restricted to further port capital improvements consistent with
602maritime purposes and for no other purpose. Use of such income
603for nonmaritime purposes is prohibited. The provisions of s.
604311.07(4) do not apply to any funds received pursuant to this
605subsection. The revenues available under this subsection shall
606not be pledged to the payment of any bonds other than the
607Florida Ports Financing Commission Series 1996 and Series 1999
608Bonds currently outstanding; provided, however, such revenues
609may be pledged to secure payment of refunding bonds to refinance
610the Florida Ports Financing Commission Series 1996 and Series
6111999 Bonds. No refunding bonds secured by revenues available
612under this subsection may be issued with a final maturity later
613than the final maturity of the Florida Ports Financing
614Commission Series 1996 and Series 1999 Bonds or which provide
615for higher debt service in any year than is currently payable on
616such bonds. Any revenue bonds or other indebtedness issued after
617July 1, 2000, other than refunding bonds shall be issued by the
618Division of Bond Finance at the request of the Department of
619Transportation pursuant to the State Bond Act.
620     (5)(4)  Notwithstanding any other provision of law except
621subsections (1), (2), and (3), and (4), on July 1, 1999, and
622annually thereafter, $10 million shall be deposited in the State
623Transportation Trust Fund solely for the purposes of funding the
624Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Program
625as provided in chapter 311 and for funding seaport intermodal
626access projects of statewide significance as provided in s.
627341.053. Such revenues shall be distributed to any port listed
628in s. 311.09(1), to be used for funding projects as follows:
629     (a)  For any seaport intermodal access projects that are
630identified in the 1997-1998 Tentative Work Program of the
631Department of Transportation, up to the amounts needed to offset
632the funding requirements of this section.
633     (b)  For seaport intermodal access projects as described in
634s. 341.053(5) that are identified in the 5-year Florida Seaport
635Mission Plan as provided in s. 311.09(3). Funding for such
636projects shall be on a matching basis as mutually determined by
637the Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development
638Council and the Department of Transportation, provided a minimum
639of 25 percent of total project funds shall come from any port
640funds, local funds, private funds, or specifically earmarked
641federal funds.
642     (c)  On a 50-50 matching basis for projects as described in
643s. 311.07(3)(b).
644     (d)  For seaport intermodal access projects that involve
645the dredging or deepening of channels, turning basins, or
646harbors; or the rehabilitation of wharves, docks, or similar
647structures. Funding for such projects shall require a 25 percent
648match of the funds received pursuant to this subsection.
649Matching funds shall come from any port funds, federal funds,
650local funds, or private funds.
651
652Such revenues may be assigned, pledged, or set aside as a trust
653for the payment of principal or interest on bonds, tax
654anticipation certificates, or any other form of indebtedness
655issued by an individual port or appropriate local government
656having jurisdiction thereof, or collectively by interlocal
657agreement among any of the ports, or used to purchase credit
658support to permit such borrowings. However, such debt shall not
659constitute a general obligation of the state. This state does
660hereby covenant with holders of such revenue bonds or other
661instruments of indebtedness issued hereunder that it will not
662repeal or impair or amend this subsection in any manner which
663will materially and adversely affect the rights of holders so
664long as bonds authorized by this subsection are outstanding. Any
665revenues that are not pledged to the repayment of bonds as
666authorized by this section may be utilized for purposes
667authorized under the Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic
668Development Program. This revenue source is in addition to any
669amounts provided for and appropriated in accordance with s.
670311.07 and subsection (4) (3). The Florida Seaport
671Transportation and Economic Development Council shall approve
672distribution of funds to ports for projects that have been
673approved pursuant to s. 311.09(5)-(9), or for seaport intermodal
674access projects identified in the 5-year Florida Seaport Mission
675Plan as provided in s. 311.09(3) and mutually agreed upon by the
676FSTED Council and the Department of Transportation. All
677contracts for actual construction of projects authorized by this
678subsection must include a provision encouraging employment of
679participants in the welfare transition program. The goal for
680employment of participants in the welfare transition program is
68125 percent of all new employees employed specifically for the
682project, unless the Department of Transportation and the Florida
683Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Council
684demonstrate that such a requirement would severely hamper the
685successful completion of the project. In such an instance,
686Workforce Florida, Inc., shall establish an appropriate
687percentage of employees that must be participants in the welfare
688transition program. The council and the Department of
689Transportation are authorized to perform such acts as are
690required to facilitate and implement the provisions of this
691subsection. To better enable the ports to cooperate to their
692mutual advantage, the governing body of each port may exercise
693powers provided to municipalities or counties in s. 163.01(7)(d)
694subject to the provisions of chapter 311 and special acts, if
695any, pertaining to a port. The use of funds provided pursuant to
696this subsection is limited to eligible projects listed in this
697subsection. The provisions of s. 311.07(4) do not apply to any
698funds received pursuant to this subsection. The revenues
699available under this subsection shall not be pledged to the
700payment of any bonds other than the Florida Ports Financing
701Commission Series 1996 and Series 1999 Bonds currently
702outstanding; provided, however, such revenues may be pledged to
703secure payment of refunding bonds to refinance the Florida Ports
704Financing Commission Series 1996 and Series 1999 Bonds. No
705refunding bonds secured by revenues available under this
706subsection may be issued with a final maturity later than the
707final maturity of the Florida Ports Financing Commission Series
7081996 and Series 1999 Bonds or which provide for higher debt
709service in any year than is currently payable on such bonds. Any
710revenue bonds or other indebtedness issued after July 1, 2000,
711other than refunding bonds shall be issued by the Division of
712Bond Finance at the request of the Department of Transportation
713pursuant to the State Bond Act.
714     (6)(5)(a)  Except as provided in paragraph (c), the
715remainder of such revenues must be deposited in the State
716Transportation Trust Fund.
717     (b)  The Chief Financial Officer each month shall deposit
718in the State Transportation Trust Fund an amount, drawn from
719other funds in the State Treasury which are not immediately
720needed or are otherwise in excess of the amount necessary to
721meet the requirements of the State Treasury, which when added to
722such remaining revenues each month will equal one-twelfth of the
723amount of the anticipated annual revenues to be deposited in the
724State Transportation Trust Fund under paragraph (a) as
725determined by the Chief Financial Officer after consultation
726with the Revenue Estimating Conference held pursuant to s.
727216.136(3). The transfers required hereunder may be suspended by
728action of the Legislative Budget Commission in the event of a
729significant shortfall of state revenues.
730     (c)  In any month in which the remaining revenues derived
731from the registration of motor vehicles exceed one-twelfth of
732those anticipated annual remaining revenues as determined by the
733Chief Financial Officer after consultation with the Revenue
734Estimating Conference, the excess shall be credited to those
735state funds in the State Treasury from which the amount was
736originally drawn, up to the amount which was deposited in the
737State Transportation Trust Fund under paragraph (b). A final
738adjustment must be made in the last months of a fiscal year so
739that the total revenue deposited in the State Transportation
740Trust Fund each year equals the amount derived from the
741registration of motor vehicles, less the amount distributed
742under subsections subsection (1) and (2). For the purposes of
743this paragraph and paragraph (b), the term "remaining revenues"
744means all revenues deposited into the State Transportation Trust
745Fund under paragraph (a) and subsections (2) and (3) and (4). In
746order that interest earnings continue to accrue to the General
747Revenue Fund, the Department of Transportation may not invest an
748amount equal to the cumulative amount of funds deposited in the
749State Transportation Trust Fund under paragraph (b) less funds
750credited under this paragraph as computed on a monthly basis.
751The amounts to be credited under this and the preceding
752paragraph must be calculated and certified to the Chief
753Financial Officer by the Executive Office of the Governor.
754     Section 17.  Subsection (1) of section 320.203, Florida
755Statutes, is amended to read:
756     320.203  Disposition of biennial license tax moneys.--
757     (1)  Notwithstanding ss. 320.08(1), (2), (3), (4)(a) or
758(b), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), or (11), 320.08058, and 328.76
759and pursuant to s. 216.351, after the provisions of s.
760320.20(1), (2), (3), and (4), and (5) are fulfilled, an amount
761equal to 50 percent of revenues collected from the biennial
762registrations created in s. 320.07 shall be retained in the
763Motor Vehicle License Clearing Trust Fund, authorized in s.
764215.32(2)(b)2.f., until July 1. After July 1 of the subsequent
765fiscal year, an amount equal to 50 percent of revenues collected
766from the biennial registrations created in s. 320.07 shall be
767distributed according to ss. 320.08(1), (2), (3), (4)(a) or (b),
768(6), (7), (8), (9), (10), or (11), 320.08058, 328.76, and
769320.20(1), (2), (3), and (4), and (5).
770     Section 18.  Subsection (1) of section 320.642, Florida
771Statutes, is amended to read:
772     320.642  Dealer licenses in areas previously served;
773procedure.--
774     (1)  Any licensee who proposes to establish an additional
775motor vehicle dealership or permit the relocation of an existing
776dealer to a location within a community or territory where the
777same line-make vehicle is presently represented by a franchised
778motor vehicle dealer or dealers shall give written notice of its
779intention to the department. Such notice shall state:
780     (a)  The specific location at which the additional or
781relocated motor vehicle dealership will be established.
782     (b)  The date on or after which the licensee intends to be
783engaged in business with the additional or relocated motor
784vehicle dealer at the proposed location.
785     (c)  The identity of all motor vehicle dealers who are
786franchised to sell the same line-make vehicle with licensed
787locations in the county or any contiguous county to the county
788where the additional or relocated motor vehicle dealer is
789proposed to be located.
790     (d)  The names and addresses of the dealer-operator and
791principal investors in the proposed additional or relocated
792motor vehicle dealership.
793
794Immediately upon receipt of such notice the department shall
795cause a notice to be published in the Florida Administrative
796Weekly. The published notice shall state that a petition or
797complaint by any dealer with standing to protest pursuant to
798subsection (3) must be filed not more than 30 days from the date
799of publication of the notice in the Florida Administrative
800Weekly. The published notice shall describe and identify the
801proposed dealership sought to be licensed, and the department
802shall cause a copy of the notice to be mailed to those dealers
803identified in the licensee's notice under paragraph (c). The
804licensee shall pay a fee of $75 and a service charge of $2.50
805for each publication. Proceeds from the fee and service charge
806shall be deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
807     Section 19.  Subsection (1) of section 322.12, Florida
808Statutes, is amended to read:
809     322.12  Examination of applicants.--
810     (1)  It is the intent of the Legislature that every
811applicant for an original driver's license in this state be
812required to pass an examination pursuant to this section.
813However, the department may waive the knowledge, endorsement,
814and skills tests for an applicant who is otherwise qualified and
815who surrenders a valid driver's license from another state or a
816province of Canada, or a valid driver's license issued by the
817United States Armed Forces, if the driver applies for a Florida
818license of an equal or lesser classification. Any applicant who
819fails to pass the initial knowledge test will incur a $10 $5 fee
820for each subsequent test, to be deposited into the Highway
821Safety Operating Trust Fund. Any applicant who fails to pass the
822initial skills test will incur a $20 $10 fee for each subsequent
823test, to be deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust
824Fund. A person who seeks to retain a hazardous-materials
825endorsement, pursuant to s. 322.57(1)(d), must pass the
826hazardous-materials test, upon surrendering his or her
827commercial driver's license, if the person has not taken and
828passed the hazardous-materials test within 2 years preceding his
829or her application for a commercial driver's license in this
830state.
831     Section 20.  Subsection (9) and paragraph (a) of subsection
832(11) of section 322.20, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
833     322.20  Records of the department; fees; destruction of
834records.--
835     (9)  The department may, upon application, furnish to any
836person, from the records of the Division of Driver Licenses, a
837list of the names, addresses, and birth dates of the licensed
838drivers of the entire state or any portion thereof by age group.
839In addition, the department may furnish to the courts, for the
840purpose of establishing jury selection lists, the names,
841addresses, and birth dates of the persons of the entire state or
842any portion thereof by age group having identification cards
843issued by the department. Each person who requests such
844information shall pay a fee, set by the department, of 5 cents 1
845cent per name listed, except that the department shall furnish
846such information without charge to the courts for the purpose of
847jury selection or to any state agency or to any state attorney,
848sheriff, or chief of police. Such court, state agency, state
849attorney, or law enforcement agency may not sell, give away, or
850allow the copying of such information. Noncompliance with this
851prohibition shall authorize the department to charge the
852noncomplying court, state agency, state attorney, or law
853enforcement agency the appropriate fee for any subsequent lists
854requested. The department may adopt rules necessary to implement
855this subsection.
856     (11)(a)  The department is authorized to charge the
857following fees for the following services and documents:
858     1.  For providing a transcript of any one individual's
859driver history record or any portion thereof for the past 3
860years or for searching for such record when no record is found
861to be on file....$10.00 $2.10
862     2.  For providing a transcript of any one individual's
863driver history record or any portion thereof for the past 7
864years or for searching for such record when no record is found
865to be on file....$14.00 $3.10
866     3.  For providing a certified copy of a transcript of the
867driver history record or any portion thereof for any one
868individual....$3.10
869     4.  For providing a certified photographic copy of a
870document, per page....$1.00
871     5.  For providing an exemplified record....$15.00
872     6.  For providing photocopies of documents, papers,
873letters, clearances, or license or insurance status reports, per
874page....$0.50
875     7.  For assisting persons in searching any one individual's
876driver record at a terminal located at the department's general
877headquarters in Tallahassee....$2.00
878     Section 21.  Paragraphs (a) through (f) of subsection (1)
879and subsection (8) of section 322.21, Florida Statutes, are
880amended, and subsection (9) is added to that section, to read:
881     322.21  License fees; procedure for handling and collecting
882fees.--
883     (1)  Except as otherwise provided herein, the fee for:
884     (a)  An original or renewal commercial driver's license is
885$74 $67, which shall include the fee for driver education
886provided by s. 1003.48; however, if an applicant has completed
887training and is applying for employment or is currently employed
888in a public or nonpublic school system that requires the
889commercial license, the fee shall be the same as for a Class E
890driver's license. A delinquent fee of $10 $1 shall be added for
891a renewal made not more than 12 months after the license
892expiration date.
893     (b)  An original Class E driver's license is $30 $27, which
894shall include the fee for driver's education provided by s.
8951003.48; however, if an applicant has completed training and is
896applying for employment or is currently employed in a public or
897nonpublic school system that requires a commercial driver
898license, the fee shall be the same as for a Class E license.
899     (c)  The renewal or extension of a Class E driver's license
900or of a license restricted to motorcycle use only is $22 $20,
901except that a delinquent fee of $10 $1 shall be added for a
902renewal or extension made not more than 12 months after the
903license expiration date. The fee provided in this paragraph
904shall include the fee for driver's education provided by s.
9051003.48.
906     (d)  An original driver's license restricted to motorcycle
907use only is $30 $27, which shall include the fee for driver's
908education provided by s. 1003.48.
909     (e)  A replacement driver's license issued pursuant to s.
910322.17 is $11 $10. Of this amount $7 shall be deposited into the
911Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund and $4 $3 shall be deposited
912into the General Revenue Fund.
913     (f)  An original, renewal, or replacement identification
914card issued pursuant to s. 322.051 is $11 $10. Funds collected
915from these fees shall be distributed as follows:
916     1.  For an original identification card issued pursuant to
917s. 322.051 the fee shall be $11 $10. This amount shall be
918deposited into the General Revenue Fund.
919     2.  For a renewal identification card issued pursuant to s.
920322.051 the fee shall be $11 $10. Of this amount, $6 shall be
921deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund and $5 $4
922shall be deposited into the General Revenue Fund.
923     3.  For a replacement identification card issued pursuant
924to s. 322.051 the fee shall be $11 $10. Of this amount, $9 shall
925be deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund and $2
926$1 shall be deposited into the General Revenue Fund.
927     (8)  Any person who applies for reinstatement following the
928suspension or revocation of the person's driver's license shall
929pay a service fee of $45 $35 following a suspension, and $75 $60
930following a revocation, which is in addition to the fee for a
931license. Any person who applies for reinstatement of a
932commercial driver's license following the disqualification of
933the person's privilege to operate a commercial motor vehicle
934shall pay a service fee of $75 $60, which is in addition to the
935fee for a license. The department shall collect all of these
936fees at the time of reinstatement. The department shall issue
937proper receipts for such fees and shall promptly transmit all
938funds received by it as follows:
939     (a)  Of the $45 $35 fee received from a licensee for
940reinstatement following a suspension, the department shall
941deposit $15 in the General Revenue Fund and $30 $20 in the
942Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
943     (b)  Of the $75 $60 fee received from a licensee for
944reinstatement following a revocation or disqualification, the
945department shall deposit $35 in the General Revenue Fund and $40
946$25 in the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
947
948If the revocation or suspension of the driver's license was for
949a violation of s. 316.193, or for refusal to submit to a lawful
950breath, blood, or urine test, an additional fee of $130 $115
951must be charged. However, only one $130 $115 fee may be
952collected from one person convicted of violations arising out of
953the same incident. The department shall collect the $130 $115
954fee and deposit the fee into the Highway Safety Operating Trust
955Fund at the time of reinstatement of the person's driver's
956license, but the fee may not be collected if the suspension or
957revocation is overturned. If the revocation or suspension of the
958driver's license was for a conviction for a violation of s.
959817.234(8) or (9) or s. 817.505, an additional fee of $180 is
960imposed for each offense. The department shall collect and
961deposit the additional fee into the Highway Safety Operating
962Trust Fund at the time of reinstatement of the person's driver's
963license.
964     (9)(a)  An applicant requesting a review authorized in s.
965322.222, s. 322.2615, s. 322.2616, s. 322.27, or s. 322.64 must
966pay a filing fee of $25 to be deposited into the Highway Safety
967Operating Trust Fund.
968     (b)  An applicant petitioning the department for a hearing
969authorized in s. 322.271 must pay a filing fee of $12 to be
970deposited into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund.
971     Section 22.  Subsection (2) of section 322.29, Florida
972Statutes, is amended to read:
973     322.29  Surrender and return of license.--
974     (2)  The provisions of subsection (1) to the contrary
975notwithstanding, no examination is required for the return of a
976license suspended under s. 318.15 or s. 322.245 unless an
977examination is otherwise required by this chapter. Every person
978applying for the return of a license suspended under s. 318.15
979or s. 322.245 shall present to the department certification from
980the court that he or she has complied with all obligations and
981penalties imposed on him or her pursuant to s. 318.15 or, in the
982case of a suspension pursuant to s. 322.245, that he or she has
983complied with all directives of the court and the requirements
984of s. 322.245 and shall pay to the department a nonrefundable
985service fee of $60 $47.50, of which $37.50 shall be deposited
986into the General Revenue Fund and $22.50 $10 shall be deposited
987into the Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund. If reinstated by
988the clerk of the court or tax collector, $37.50 shall be
989retained and $22.50 $10 shall be remitted to the Department of
990Revenue for deposit into the Highway Safety Operating Trust
991Fund. However, the service fee is not required if the person is
992required to pay a $45 $35 fee or $75 $60 fee under the
993provisions of s. 322.21.
994     Section 23.  Subsection (2) of section 322.293, Florida
995Statutes, is amended to read:
996     322.293  DUI Programs Coordination Trust Fund; assessment;
997disposition.--
998     (2)  Each DUI program shall assess $15 $12 against each
999person enrolling in a DUI program at the time of enrollment,
1000including persons who transfer to or from a program in another
1001state. In addition, second and third offenders and those
1002offenders under permanent driver's-license revocation who are
1003evaluated for eligibility for license restrictions under s.
1004322.271(2)(b) and (4) shall be assessed $15 $12 upon enrollment
1005in the program and upon each subsequent anniversary date while
1006they are in the program, for the duration of the license period.
1007     Section 24.  This act shall take effect September 1, 2009.


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