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State of Washington Changes Limousine Rules

LCT Staff
Posted on April 5, 2006

OLYMPIA, WASH. — The state of Washington’s legislature has eliminated most of the statute that previously laid out the definitions of stretch limousines, chauffeured sedans and executive vans. Those decisions will instead be handled by the licensing agency and the state police through administrative rules, which are more easily revised than state law.

State troopers who inspect limousines for the state Department of Licensing were increasingly finding that the vehicles they encountered weren't in the rule books. State officials say the change will make it easier to impose safety regulations while still allowing businesses to

Source: Associated Press

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