Florida Senate - 2014 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS/CS/HB 7005, 2nd Eng. Ì954686XÎ954686 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House . . . Floor: 12/AD/2R . Floor: SENA1/C 05/01/2014 02:57 PM . 05/02/2014 07:59 PM ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Senator Ring moved the following: 1 Senate Amendment (with title amendment) 2 3 Between lines 1644 and 1645 4 insert: 5 Section 42. To ensure the safe and efficient operation of 6 this state’s roadways, a county or municipality must respond to 7 a request by a county or municipality to which it provides, by 8 agreement, traffic signal or traffic control device services 9 within 60 days after receiving such a request regarding the 10 evaluation, installation, operation, or maintenance of such 11 traffic signals or other traffic control devices. 12 13 ================= T I T L E A M E N D M E N T ================ 14 And the title is amended as follows: 15 Delete lines 2 - 208 16 and insert: 17 An act relating to transportation; amending s. 18 61.13016, F.S.; revising notification requirements 19 with respect to the suspension of the driver license 20 of a child support obligor; requiring delinquent child 21 support obligors to provide certain documentation 22 within a specified period in order to prevent the 23 suspension of his or her driver license; amending s. 24 316.003, F.S.; defining the terms “sanitation vehicle” 25 and “utility service vehicle” for purposes of the 26 Florida Uniform Traffic Control Law; creating s. 27 316.0778, F.S.; defining the term “automated license 28 plate recognition system”; requiring the Department of 29 State to consult with the Department of Law 30 Enforcement in establishing a retention schedule for 31 records generated by the use of an automated license 32 plate recognition system; amending s. 316.126, F.S.; 33 requiring a driver to change lanes when approaching a 34 sanitation or utility service vehicle performing a 35 service-related task on the roadside; amending s. 36 316.193, F.S.; authorizing the court to order the 37 placement of an ignition interlock device for certain 38 first-time offenders of driving under the influence; 39 authorizing the court to dismiss an order of 40 impoundment or immobilization as a result of driving 41 under the influence if the defendant provides proof to 42 the court of the installation of a functioning, 43 certified ignition interlock device; authorizing the 44 court to order sobriety and drug monitoring in 45 addition to specified ignition interlock device 46 requirements; defining terms; amending s. 316.1937, 47 F.S.; providing requirements for a person otherwise 48 required to have an installed ignition interlock 49 device to operate a leased motor vehicle in the course 50 and scope of employment without installation of such 51 device; amending s. 316.1938, F.S.; revising 52 requirements for certification of ignition interlock 53 devices; requiring contracts between the department 54 and ignition interlock device service providers; 55 providing contract requirements; requiring the 56 provider to maintain confidentiality under specified 57 provisions; providing for application of specified 58 provisions; amending s. 316.1975, F.S.; providing that 59 certain requirements for an unattended vehicle do not 60 apply to a vehicle that is started by remote control 61 under certain circumstances; amending s. 316.2126, 62 F.S.; revising the timeframe for the authorized use of 63 golf carts, low-speed vehicles, and utility vehicles 64 related to seasonal delivery personnel; amending s. 65 316.2952, F.S.; revising a provision exempting a 66 global position system device or similar satellite 67 receiver device from the prohibition of attachments on 68 windshields; amending s. 316.86, F.S.; revising 69 provisions relating to the operation of vehicles 70 equipped with autonomous technology on state roads for 71 testing purposes; authorizing certain research 72 organizations to operate such vehicles; deleting an 73 obsolete provision; amending s. 318.15, F.S.; 74 prohibiting the department from accepting the 75 resubmission of certain driver license suspensions; 76 amending s. 318.18, F.S.; providing for a clerk of 77 court to designate a local governmental entity for 78 disposition of certain parking citations; authorizing 79 such entity to retain the processing fee; amending s. 80 320.02, F.S.; requiring the department to withhold the 81 renewal of registration or replacement registration of 82 a motor vehicle identified in a notice submitted by a 83 lienor for failure to surrender the vehicle; providing 84 conditions under which a revalidation sticker or 85 replacement license plate may be issued; amending ss. 86 320.08056 and 320.08058, F.S.; revising the names of 87 certain specialty license plates; revising 88 distribution of revenue received from the sale of a 89 certain plate; revising requirements for the use of 90 specialty license plate annual use fees; defining the 91 term “administrative expenses”; amending s. 320.089, 92 F.S.; creating a new military-related special use 93 license plate that will be stamped with the word 94 “Veteran”; amending s. 320.08062, F.S.; revising audit 95 and attestation requirements for specialty license 96 plate organizations and the department; revising 97 procedures for discontinuance of revenue payments and 98 deauthorization of a plate; directing the department 99 to notify the Legislature within a certain timeframe 100 if an organization has failed to use revenue in 101 accordance with specified provisions; amending s. 102 320.083, F.S.; revising the requirements for a special 103 license plate for certain amateur radio operators; 104 amending s. 320.1316, F.S.; prohibiting the department 105 from issuing a license plate, revalidation sticker, or 106 replacement license plate for a vehicle, or a vessel 107 registration number or decal for a vessel, identified 108 in a notice from a lienor; requiring that a notice to 109 surrender a vehicle or vessel be signed under oath by 110 the lienor; authorizing a registered owner of a 111 vehicle or vessel to bring a civil action to dispute a 112 notice to surrender a vehicle or vessel or his or her 113 inclusion on the list of persons who may not be issued 114 a license plate, revalidation sticker, replacement 115 license plate, or vessel registration number or decal; 116 providing procedures for such a civil action; 117 providing for the award of attorney fees and costs; 118 amending s. 320.771, F.S.; requiring a licensed 119 recreational vehicle dealer who applies for a 120 supplemental license to hold certain off-premises 121 sales to notify the local department office of the 122 dates and location for such sales; specifying 123 requirements for licensed recreational vehicle dealers 124 to hold such sales; creating s. 322.032, F.S.; 125 requiring the department to begin to review and 126 prepare for the development of a system for issuing an 127 optional digital proof of driver license; authorizing 128 the department to contract with private entities to 129 develop the system; providing requirements for digital 130 proof of driver license; providing criminal penalties 131 for manufacturing or possessing a false digital proof 132 of driver license; amending s. 322.055, F.S.; reducing 133 the mandatory period of revocation or suspension of, 134 or delay in eligibility for, a driver license for 135 persons convicted of certain drug offenses; requiring 136 the court to make a determination as to whether a 137 restricted license would be appropriate for persons 138 convicted of certain drug offenses; amending s. 139 322.058, F.S.; requiring the department to reinstate 140 the driving privilege and allow registration of a 141 motor vehicle of a child support obligor upon receipt 142 of an affidavit containing specified information; 143 amending s. 322.059, F.S.; requiring the department to 144 invalidate the digital proof of driver license for a 145 person whose license or registration has been 146 suspended; amending s. 322.141, F.S.; revising 147 requirements for special markings on driver licenses 148 and state identification cards for persons designated 149 as sexual predators or subject to registration as 150 sexual offenders to include persons so designated or 151 subject to registration under the laws of another 152 jurisdiction; amending s. 322.143, F.S.; providing for 153 a first responder, emergency medical technician, or 154 other authorized health care practitioner to access 155 medical information through use of a person’s driver 156 license or identification card under certain 157 conditions; amending s. 322.15, F.S.; authorizing a 158 digital proof of driver license to be accepted in lieu 159 of a physical driver license; amending s. 322.27, 160 F.S.; providing for a clerk of court to remove a 161 habitual traffic offender designation if the offender 162 meets certain conditions; amending s. 322.2715, F.S.; 163 authorizing ignition interlock device installation for 164 at least 6 continuous months for a first offense of 165 driving under the influence; creating s. 322.276, 166 F.S.; authorizing the department to issue a driver 167 license to a person whose license is suspended or 168 revoked in another state under certain circumstances; 169 amending s. 323.002, F.S.; providing that an 170 unauthorized wrecker operator’s wrecker, tow truck, or 171 other motor vehicle used during certain offenses may 172 be immediately removed and impounded; requiring an 173 unauthorized wrecker operator to disclose in writing 174 to the owner or operator of a motor vehicle certain 175 information; requiring the unauthorized wrecker 176 operator to provide a copy of the disclosure to the 177 owner or operator in the presence of a law enforcement 178 officer if such officer is at the scene of a motor 179 vehicle accident; authorizing a law enforcement 180 officer from a local governmental agency or state law 181 enforcement agency to cause to be removed and 182 impounded from the scene of a wrecked or disabled 183 vehicle an unauthorized wrecker, tow truck, or other 184 motor vehicle; authorizing the authority that caused 185 the removal and impoundment to assess a cost recovery 186 fine; requiring a release form; requiring the wrecker, 187 tow truck, or other motor vehicle to remain impounded 188 until the fine is paid; providing the amounts for the 189 cost recovery fine for first and subsequent 190 violations; requiring the unauthorized wrecker 191 operator to pay the fees associated with the removal 192 and storage of the wrecker, tow truck, or other motor 193 vehicle; amending s. 526.141, F.S.; requiring self 194 service gasoline pumps to display an additional decal 195 containing specified information; requiring the 196 Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to 197 confirm compliance by a specified date; providing for 198 preemption of local laws and regulations pertaining to 199 fueling assistance for certain motor vehicle 200 operators; amending s. 526.142, F.S.; providing for 201 preemption of local laws and regulations pertaining to 202 air and vacuum devices; amending s. 562.11, F.S.; 203 authorizing the court to direct the department to 204 issue a restricted driver license to certain persons; 205 amending s. 812.0155, F.S.; deleting a provision 206 requiring the suspension of the driver license of a 207 person adjudicated guilty of certain offenses; 208 authorizing the court to direct the department to 209 issue a restricted driver license to certain persons; 210 amending s. 832.09, F.S.; providing that the 211 suspension of a driver license of a person being 212 prosecuted for passing a worthless check is 213 discretionary; amending section 45 of chapter 2008 214 176, Laws of Florida; extending the prohibition of the 215 issuance of new specialty license plates; directing 216 the department to develop and present to the Governor 217 and the Legislature a plan that addresses certain 218 vehicle registration holds; directing the department 219 to conduct and submit to the Governor and the 220 Legislature a study on the effectiveness of ignition 221 interlock device use; providing for the use of revenue 222 received from the sale of certain specialty license 223 plates; requiring a county or municipality to respond 224 to certain requests from other counties or 225 municipalities within a specified timeframe; providing 226 an effective date.