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Texas Tax Code - TAX § 162.207. Trip Permits

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(a) Instead of an annual interstate trucker's license, a person bringing a motor vehicle described by Section 162.001(36) into this state for commercial purposes may obtain a trip permit.  The trip permit must be obtained before or at the time of entry into this state.

(b) Not more than five trip permits for each person may be issued during a calendar year.

(c) A fee for each trip permit shall be collected from the applicant and shall be in the amount of $50 for each vehicle for each trip.

(d) A report is not required with respect to the vehicle.

(e) Operating a motor vehicle without a valid interstate trucker's license or trip permit may subject the operator to a penalty under Section 162.402.

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