60-4,126. Farm permit; issuance; violations; penalty; not eligible for ignition interlock permit.

(1) Any person who is younger than sixteen years of age but is over thirteen years of age and resides upon a farm in this state or is fourteen years of age or older and is employed for compensation upon a farm in this state may obtain a farm permit authorizing the operation of farm tractors, minitrucks, and other motorized implements of farm husbandry upon the highways of this state if the applicant for such farm permit furnishes satisfactory proof of age and satisfactorily demonstrates that he or she has knowledge of the operation of such equipment and of the rules of the road and laws respecting the operation of motor vehicles upon the highways of this state. The fee for an original, renewal, or replacement farm permit shall be the fee and surcharge prescribed in section 60-4,115. All farm permits shall be subject to revocation under the terms of section 60-496. Any person who violates the terms of a farm permit shall be guilty of an infraction and shall not be eligible for another school, farm, LPD-learner's, or LPE-learner's permit until he or she has attained the age of sixteen years.

(2) Any person who holds a permit issued under this section and has violated subdivision (3)(b) or (c) of section 28-306, subdivision (3)(b) or (c) of section 28-394, or section 28-1254, 60-6,196, 60-6,197, 60-6,197.06, or 60-6,198 shall not be eligible for an ignition interlock permit.

Source:Laws 1989, LB 285, § 76; Laws 1993, LB 491, § 13; Laws 1998, LB 320, § 13; Laws 2001, LB 574, § 19; Laws 2008, LB911, § 19; Laws 2010, LB650, § 31; Laws 2012, LB751, § 30; Laws 2014, LB777, § 9; Laws 2019, LB269, § 7; Laws 2021, LB113, § 28.
Operative Date: August 28, 2021