Vehicle and Traffic
§ 2230. Suspension and revocation of registrations; offenses; penalties.
1. The commissioner may suspend or revoke a registration
issued pursuant to the provisions of this article, upon satisfactory
proof of a violation of any provision of this article, or of the parks,
recreation and historic preservation law at the request of the
commissioner of parks, recreation and historic preservation, or of any
rule, regulation, order, local law or ordinance adopted or promulgated
pursuant thereto. Such suspension or revocation shall be issued only
after a hearing unless such a hearing is waived by the registrant. Upon
said suspension or revocation, all rights and privileges accruing to
such registrant shall terminate.
2. a. Except as provided in paragraph b of this subdivision, any
person who violates any provision of this article or regulation adopted
pursuant thereto shall be guilty of a violation punishable by a fine of
up to two hundred dollars, and one-half of such fine shall be deposited
in the snowmobile trail development and maintenance fund as set forth in
section 21.07 of the parks, recreation and historic preservation law.
b. Any person who violates the provisions of paragraph a of
subdivision one of section twenty-two hundred twenty-two of this article
shall be guilty of a violation punishable by a fine of not less than two
hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, except if the
violation consists of failure to renew a registration which was valid
within sixty days the fine shall be not more than fifty dollars.
One-half of such fines shall be deposited in the snowmobile trail
development and maintenance fund as set forth in section 21.07 of the
parks, recreation and historic preservation law.