The annual fee analysis and evaluation report considers each of the following: unique and significant financial, legislative, or other relevant developments that may affect fees.
To evaluate the annual license fee in lieu of fuel tax underto determine a fee that more closely represents the average consumption of vehicles by weight; and develop a transition plan to move vehicles powered by liquid natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) from the annual license fee.
Annual report on investigations based on Facial Recognition Matching systems results and related data.
Annual financial report submitted by organizations sponsoring active special license plates.
Existing agreements and ongoing negotiations on motor vehicle fuel tax with federally-recognized tribes in Washington. ().
Recommendations from the workgroup examining the advisability of regulating operators, including any potential benefits to public safety, and possible methodologies for accomplishing this regulation.
Annual analysis and evaluation of vehicle agent and subagent fees, and recommendations for fee revisions submitted every 3rd year. ()
Recommendations from the workgroup examining the use of parking placards and special license plates for person with disabilities and developing a strategic plan for ending any abuse. ()
Biennial fee study submitted to the transportation committees of the Senate and House to ensure cost recovery for DOL services. ()
Annual report on investigations based on Facial Recognition Matching systems results and related data. ()
Annual financial report submitted by organizations sponsoring active special license plates. ()
Recommendations from the workgroup on maintaining the privacy of commitment information and whether access to the database can legally be provided to designated mental health professionals or law enforcement officials for use in the official course of their duties ()