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OHIO BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES REPORTS COMMERCIAL VEHICLE REGISTRATION RENEWALS

 OHIO BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES REPORTS COMMERCIAL
 VEHICLE REGISTRATION RENEWALS
 COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Mitchell J. Brown, registrar of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) reported that it has issued 41,125 or 82 percent of all commercial vehicle registration IRP renewals and only anticipate about 1,200 more to be submitted.
 Brown said, "All Ohio commercial vehicle registrants must display their 1992 renewed license plates by the June 1, 1992 enforcement date. The deadline will not be extended." This decision was based upon processing information issued by the Ohio International Registration Plan (IRP) processing center in Columbus.
 The IRP is an agreement among 44 states and provinces whereby a motor carrier can register commercial vehicle fleets for travel in all IRP jurisdictions by filing paperwork with the home state. The registration fees are paid to the base jurisdiction according to the percentage of miles traveled in each jurisdiction. The base jurisdiction collects the appropriate fees due to each member jurisdiction, distributes these fees accordingly and issues the IRP credentials: registration cab card, license plate, validation sticker and weight sticker. This allows the carrier to legally travel in each of these IRP jurisdictions.
 The 1,200 remaining registrants who begin the process after today will not be processed until after the June 1 deadline. To assist those late applicants the IRP service center will be open on May 30 to issue credentials and to begin the process for those remaining 1,200. Customers that filed their applications for renewal may obtain, from the IRP Service Center, an authorization letter to obtain a thirty day tag.
 Customers that have incomplete applications are advised to purchase Ohio base plates from a Deputy Registrar. The customer can convert the base plate to an IRP plate at a later date.
 The IRP Service Center is located at 2222 Dividend Dr., Columbus. (Interstate 270, exit 10).
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 /CONTACT: Leo Skinner of the Ohio Department of Highway Safety, 614-466-4344/ CO: The Ohio Department of Highway Safety ST: Ohio IN: SU:


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