SENATE BILL NO. 73
AS AMENDED BY SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 1
AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 21, DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES FOR MEMBERS OF DUCKS UNLIMITED.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE (Three-fifths of all members elected to each House thereof concurring therein):
Section 1. Amend Title 21 Delaware Code by adding thereto a new §2139B to read as follows:
§2139B. Special License Plates For Members of Ducks Unlimited.
(a) The owner of any vehicle described in paragraph (1) of this subsection may apply to the Department for the assignment to that vehicle of a special Ducks Unlimited registration.
(1) This section applies only to
a. A private passenger vehicle; or
b. A truck with a three-fourth ton or smaller manufacturer's rated capacity.
(b) Special registration may be issued under this section only if:
(1) The applicant states that he is a member of the Delaware
Chapter of Ducks Unlimited; and
(1) The Delaware Chapter of Ducks Unlimited certifies that the applicant is an active member of that organization.
(c) No fee in addition to the annual registration fee required by this title is required for registration under this section; however, the original application under this section shall be subject to a $10 administrative fee, which shall be deposited into a special fund and used by the Division of Motor Vehicles for the purpose of administering this Section and to fund Department of Motor Vehicle projects notwithstanding the provisions of Chapter 13 and 14 of Title 2, Delaware Code to the contrary.
(d) Only 1 such plate shall be issued to an applicant.
(e) The Department shall reserve sufficient license plates including the letters D.U. and numbered consecutively beginning with the numeral 1 as are required for this section.
(f) Upon notification from the Delaware Chapter of Ducks Unlimited that an individual is no longer an active member of that organization, the Department shall notify the license plate holder to surrender the license plate to the Department within thirty (30) days.
Approved June 3, 1993.