(1) It is unlawful for any person to engage in business in this state as any of the
following unless the person is the holder of a license issued by the department authorizing
the person to engage in that business:
(a) Fuel supplier;
(b) Fuel distributor;
(c) Fuel blender;
(d) Terminal operator;
(e) Dyed special fuel user; or
(f) International fuel tax agreement licensee.
(2) A person engaged in more than one activity for which a license is required must
have a separate license classification for each activity; however, a fuel supplier
is not required to obtain a separate license classification for fuel distributor or
(3) Fuel users operating motor vehicles in interstate commerce having two axles and
a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight not exceeding twenty-six
thousand pounds are not required to be licensed. Fuel users operating motor vehicles in interstate commerce having two axles and
a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight exceeding twenty-six thousand
pounds, or having three or more axles regardless of weight, or a combination of vehicles,
when the combination exceeds twenty-six thousand pounds gross vehicle weight, must
comply with the licensing and reporting requirements of this chapter. A copy of the license must be carried in each motor vehicle entering this state
from another state or province.
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