THIS SECTION WAS AMENDED BY ACT 2019-501 IN THE 2019 REGULAR SESSION, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2024. TO SEE THE AMENDED VERSION, SEE THE VERSION LABELED PENDING.
(a) The Department of Transportation is hereby empowered to enter into agreements, when not in conflict with law, with other states or jurisdictions for reciprocal enforcement of toll violations.
(b) An agreement made under this section shall provide that drivers licensed in the state, while operating on the highways of another jurisdiction, shall receive benefits, privileges, and exemptions of a similar kind with regard to toll enforcement as are extended to drivers and vehicles licensed or registered in the other jurisdiction while operated in the state.
(c) A reciprocal agreement under this section may provide for enforcement of toll violations by refusal or suspension of the license in accordance with Section 23-2-172.
(d) The reciprocal violation enforcement agreement between the department and the governmental entity of another state or jurisdiction shall agree upon fees and costs associated with collecting unpaid tolls and drivers license suspensions in their respective jurisdictions.
Last modified: May 3, 2021