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(a) Custom vehicles shall be registered and licensed pursuant to this section.
(b) For any vehicle meeting the definition of a custom vehicle that requires a state assigned vehicle identification number as provided in W.S. 31-11-105, the model year that is listed on the certificate of title shall be the model year that the body of the vehicle resembles.
(c) To register a custom vehicle, the owner shall submit an application to the department indicating:
(i) The owner has resided in Wyoming for at least one (1) year;
(ii) The vehicle will be maintained for occasional transportation, exhibitions, club activities, parades, tours and related activities and will not be used for general daily transportation; and
(iii) That the vehicle is titled in Wyoming.
(d) Upon receipt of an approved application and payment of the custom vehicle special license fee the vehicle shall be registered and special license plates issued therefor. The department shall issue a special custom vehicle license plate of a size and design as prescribed by the department. The registration expires upon transfer of ownership of the vehicle or upon the department's issuance of a new plate design. The department may promulgate rules and regulations to implement the provisions of this section.
(e) Unless the presence of the equipment was specifically required by the laws of this state as a condition of sale for the year listed as the year of manufacture on the certificate of title, the presence of any specific equipment is not required for the operation of a vehicle registered under this section.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wyoming Statutes Title 31. Motor Vehicles § 31-2-227. Custom vehicles - last updated December 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wy/title-31-motor-vehicles/wy-st-sect-31-2-227/
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