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(625 ILCS 5/3-804.3)
Former military vehicles.
(a) The owner of a former military vehicle may register the vehicle for a fee not to exceed:
(1) $100 for a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight
rating of 26,000 pounds or less;
(2) $150 for a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight
rating of 26,001 to 45,000 pounds;
(3) $500 for a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight
rating of 45,001 to 65,000 pounds;
(4) $1,000 for a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight
rating of over 65,000 pounds; or
(5) $25 for a trailer with a weight of 3,000 pounds
(6) $75 for a trailer with a weight of over 3,000
(b) The Secretary may prescribe, in the Secretary's discretion, that former military vehicle plates be issued for a definite or an indefinite term, such term to correspond to the term of registration plates issued generally, as provided in Section 3-414.1. Any person requesting former military vehicle plates under this Section may also apply to have vanity or personalized plates as provided under Section 3-405.1.
(c) A vehicle registered as a former military vehicle is not subject to Section 3-815 and 3-818 of this Code.
(d) A vehicle may not be registered under this Section unless a title for the vehicle has been issued by the Secretary and the vehicle is eligible for registration without regard to its status as a military vehicle.
(Source: P.A. 97-811, eff. 7-13-12.)