UPDATE: Nebraska Bill to Allow Military Vehicle Titling Passes Legislature; Moves to Governor
DON’T DELAY! Please contact Governor Pete Ricketts to request support for L.B. 156:
You may use the following points in your message:
- L.B. 156 creates a process for the titling and registration of “former military vehicles.”
- L.B. 156 defines a former military vehicle as a vehicle that was manufactured for use in any country’s military forces and is maintained to accurately represent its military design and markings, regardless of the vehicles size or weight, but is no longer used, or never was used by a military force.
- L.B. 156 recognizes the important historical and patriotic purpose of these vehicles.
- L.B. 156 acknowledges the fact that government surplus (former military) vehicles are becoming valued collectors’ items among the automotive community.
- L.B. 156 would bring the state in line with others that are moving to allow former military vehicles similar accommodations as those available to civilian vehicles.
Overview: Legislation (L.B. 156) has been introduced to allow for the titling and registration of former military vehicles. Currently, former military vehicles are not allowed to be registered or titled for on-road use in the state. The bill has passed the legislature and now goes to Governor Ricketts.