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(415 ILCS 120/35)
(a) The Office of
the Secretary of State shall collect annual user fees from any individual,
partnership, association, corporation, or agency of the United States
government that registers any combination of 10 or more of the following types
of motor vehicles in the Covered Area: (1) vehicles of the First Division,
as defined in the Illinois Vehicle Code; (2) vehicles of the Second Division
registered under the B, C, D, F, H, MD, MF, MG, MH and MJ plate categories, as
defined in the Illinois Vehicle Code; and (3) commuter vans and livery vehicles
as defined in the Illinois Vehicle Code. This Section does not apply to
vehicles registered under the International Registration Plan under Section
3-402.1 of the Illinois Vehicle Code. The user fee shall be $20 for each
vehicle registered in the Covered Area for each fiscal year. The Office of
the Secretary of State shall collect the $20 when a vehicle's registration
fee is paid.
(b) Owners of State, county, and local government
vehicles, rental vehicles, antique vehicles, expanded-use antique vehicles, electric vehicles,
and motorcycles are exempt from paying the user fees on such
(c) The Office of the Secretary of State shall deposit the user fees
collected into the Alternate Fuels Fund.
(Source: P.A. 101-505, eff. 1-1-20