Are any vehicles exempt?
Some vehicles are exempt from the vehicle registration fee. This includes:

- Buses, motorcycles, mopeds, motor homes, low-speed vehicles and trailers.
- Trucks registered at more than 8,000 pounds or registered as Farm or Dual Purpose Farm.
- Vehicles registered as Antique, Collector, Driver Education, Historic Military Vehicle, Hobbyist, Human Service Vehicle, Low Speed Vehicle, Medal of Honor, Municipal, State-Owned or Special X, and one vehicle with Ex-Prisoner Of War registration issued to any qualified individual.
- Any vehicle with registration issued by a Wisconsin Indian tribe or band.
- Vehicles displaying Dealer, Distributor, Finance Company or Manufacturer plates.
- A motor vehicle which is a replacement for a motor vehicle for which a current city vehicle registration fee has been paid. (The replacement vehicle will be subject to the fee upon the annual registration.)

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1. When was Wisconsin Legislation passed to allow this fee?
2. Who collects the fee?
3. How is the fee collected?
4. What is the purpose of the fee?
5. When and how was this fee enacted?
6. Are there any administrative costs?
7. What is the cost of the fee?
8. Which vehicles are subject to the fee?
9. Are any vehicles exempt?
10. When will this fee be added to my vehicle registration fee?
11. My vehicle is not located in the City of Lodi. Why did I receive this fee?
12. How will the City of Lodi use the money collected by this fee?
13. What is the policy for refunds and proration?
14. Where can I find additional information on this fee?