+ − Legislators (5) NH - Senator Nancy Stiles (R) Title: Chairman NH - Senator Regina Birdsell (R) Title: Vice Chairman NH - Senator Gary Daniels (R) Title: Member NH - Senator David Watters (D) Title: Member NH - Senator Dan Feltes (D) Title: Member + − Bills Assigned (40) NH - HB115 (Second New Title) relative to reports on gross appropriations from the highway fund in the tentative state budget and defining autocycle and making provisions for the operation and inspection of autocycles. NH - HB121 Making a technical correction to the negligent driving statute. NH - HB134 Establishing a committee to study the use of motorized scooter chairs on roadways and sidewalks. NH - SB16 Relative to the requirement for observers of water skiers. NH - HB178 Relative to exclusions from seasonal highway weight limit regulations. NH - HB130 Relative to the use of blue lights on emergency vehicles. NH - HB196 Requiring the removal of identifying features from vehicles formerly used as ambulances. NH - SB62 Relative to drivers' licenses for persons without a permanent address. NH - SB63 Relative to membership of the board of directors for the New Hampshire rail transit authority. NH - SB78 Relative to original and youth operators' licenses. NH - SB80 (New Title) establishing a committee on rail trails. NH - SB87 Relative to wake on a certain area of the Piscataqua River. NH - SB88 Establishing a committee to study public-private partnerships for intermodal transportation. NH - HB258 Relative to fees for preparing motor vehicle registration documents. NH - HB260 Relative to the definition of antique motor vehicle or motorcycle. NH - SB118 Relative to registration for the Selective Service System. NH - HB310 Relative to reporting the destruction of motor vehicles. NH - HB357 (2nd New Title) relative to notice of change of name or address on a driver's license and on the registration of a vehicle. NH - SB160 Relative to duplicate vessel registration certificates. NH - SB171 (New Title) establishing a committee to study issues concerning parking for those with walking disabilities. NH - SB172 Relative to the size limitations of off highway recreational vehicles. NH - SB173 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the feasibility of a club assistance program for off highway recreational vehicles. NH - HB395 Relative to electronic toll collection. NH - HB460 (2nd New Title) establishing a commission to study revenue alternatives to the road toll for electric-powered and hybrid vehicles for the funding of improvements to the state’s highways and bridges. NH - HB467 (New Title) relative to the 14-month registration of off highway recreational vehicles. NH - HB506 Clarifying the conditions under which motor vehicle information may be used. NH - HB553 Relative to dealer registration privileges by a dealership management company and proof of ownership of a vehicle at the time of sale. NH - HB559 Relative to vehicle registration by entities doing business in New Hampshire. NH - HB584 Making various changes to laws relating to motor vehicles and vessels. NH - HB621 Establishing fines for violations of the "wide berth" laws. NH - SB29 Relative to fines for motor vehicle offenses. NH - SB114 (2nd New Title) enabling a driver’s license applicant to request that his or her license indicate that he or she has a medically recognized disorder. NH - SB132 Relative to dredging projects conducted by the Pease development authority division of ports and harbors. NH - SB230 Relative to speed limits on state roads that are seasonally congested by pedestrian and bicycle traffic. NH - SB231 Relative to the month of inspection for municipal fleets. NH - SB234 (New Title) establishing a committee to study the use of law enforcement details and flaggers for traffic control on municipally maintained roads. NH - SB236 Relative to alcohol ignition interlock requirements. NH - SB252 Establishing a committee to study a number plate commemorating Laconia Motorcycle Week. NH - SB256 Authorizing certain expenditures by the department of transportation. NH - SB262 Relative to the form of drivers' licenses and identification cards.