Connecticut Introduces Bill to Expand Registration Options for Composite Vehicles
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Overview: Connecticut has introduced SAN-supported legislation (H.B. 5971) that will allow composite vehicles to be registered as an “antique, rare or special interest” vehicle. Composite vehicles are defined as any motor vehicle assembled from parts of other motor vehicles or has been modified as not to resemble another motor vehicle. By being allowed to register as antique, rare, or special interest vehicles, composite vehicles, such as replica cars, may display license plates reflective of the time they represent. The bill awaits consideration in the Joint Committee on Transportation.