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Exemptions for testing, demonstration or experimentation
Vehicle & Traffic (VAT) CHAPTER 71, TITLE 2, ARTICLE 2
§ 222. Exemptions for testing, demonstration or experimentation. The
commissioner, upon application of a person, or upon his own application,
may grant an exemption from any requirement of this chapter relating to
registration or equipment to any designated vehicle for the purpose of
testing, demonstration or experimentation. Any such exemption shall be
limited to specific areas and times, and such exemptions shall be
evidenced by a certificate issued by the commissioner or his designated
agent, which certificate shall contain a description of the vehicle, the
exemptions granted, and the areas and times to which the exemptions
apply. For the purposes of this section, testing, demonstration or
experimentation shall be limited to such activities being performed at
the request of, or with the consent of a governmental agency. For the
purposes of articles six, seven and eight of this chapter, a certificate
issued pursuant to this section shall be deemed to be a registration,
and all the provisions of articles six, seven and eight of this chapter
with regard to proof of financial security at the time of registration
and all the penalties found in said articles with respect to the failure
to maintain such financial security shall apply to vehicles for which a
certificate is issued pursuant to this section.