Representative Ransom, bill sponsor, presented Senate Bill 18-196. Under current law, motor vehicle registrations expire on the last day of the month at the end of each 12-month registration period. A 30-day grace period is granted before late fees are assessed. If a vehicle is not registered with the Department of Revenue within the timeframe required by law, the vehicle owner is subject to a late fee of $25 for each month. The total late fee is capped at $100. The bill repeals the late vehicle registration fee for all motor vehicle types, as of January 1, 2019.