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Ride Schedule 2019
We are in the process of creating our ride schedule for next year and need suggestions
If you have a favorite ride you would like to share with the group bring it to the dealership and drop it off in the HOG Box, or call/email one of the officers with your idea or bring it to the next general meeting.
Public Safety Fee going into effect
Fee to be collected during vehicle-registration process
Beginning Dec. 1, Arizona motorists expecting vehicle registration renewals will see a new Public Safety Fee. The fee was established by state law to support public safety and Highway Patrol operations. The fee goes into effect for registrations due in January which can be paid as early as Dec. 1, and immediately for newly registered vehicles.
The fee will be collected during the vehicle-registration process administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division. Arizona statute established the method for collecting the fee and sets the process for determining the amount based on a formula designed to support Highway Patrol operations.
Highway Patrol operations — among the most visible functions of the Arizona Department of Public Safety — include response to collisions on Arizona highways, enforcing state laws designed to keep the motoring public safe, arresting impaired drivers, assisting motorists in distress, air-rescue operations and patrolling more than 6,800 miles of highways.
Most motorists will pay $32 per vehicle, per year. Street-legal golf carts and primarily off-highway vehicles will pay $5. Those who register a vehicle annually or pay for a two- or five-year registration will pay the entire amount up front for each registered year.
The funds raised through the Public Safety Fee will not only provide necessary dollars for public safety, but will advance maintenance and construction of Arizona’s highway infrastructure, including the state’s Key Commerce Corridors that support economic development around the state.
Over the past decade, much of the Highway Patrol’s budget was considered part of the Arizona Highway User Revenue Fund, the gas-tax account that supports Arizona roadways, including law-enforcement support. The new $32 Public Safety Fee will allow gas-tax money to support roadway maintenance and construction, while providing a different source of funding for Highway Patrol operations.
During this holiday season of family and giving, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is urging taxpayers and tax preparers to remain vigilant in protecting private information from scam artists.
The department says fraudsters use this time of year to target unsuspecting tax filers and tax professionals with tax-related scams that are over the phone, text or email (including phishing schemes), unsecure Wi-Fi, a data breach or hacking email accounts to obtain login passwords and financial data.
Thieves also use card-skimming devices and will attempt to steal unattended personal mail.
To help prevent being the victim of identity theft, ADOR recommends the following:
Do not carry identification with your social security number (SSN) on it.
If someone asks for a SSN, always ask why because it is not always required.
Keep personal and confidential information in a secure place.
Take extra precautions when discarding personal or confidential information.
Protect personal computers, smartphones and other devices by using anti-virus software.
Use strong passwords and never share your passwords.
Do not use the same password for multiple accounts/applications.
Check your free credit report annually at annualcreditreport.com.
Monitor wage earnings by examining your statement from the Social Security Administration.
Never give personal information through email, social media or text messaging and, unless you initiated the call, never give personal information over the phone.
Arizona taxpayers can also contact the Department of Revenue’s Identity Theft Call Center at 602-716-6300, toll free: 1-800-352-4090, or https://azdor.gov/individual-income-tax-information/identity-theft.
The Arizona Department of Revenue has an advanced fraud prevention system in place and continues to adapt and introduce new counter measures to address ongoing consumer scams
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H.O.G. Speciality Merchandise
Want H.O.G. specialty merchandise? Chapter specific rockers and pins along with a slelection of other H.O.G. items are available for purchase during our monthly meeting. Non chapter specific as well as a great seection of H.O.G. items are available online at norscottsites.com/hog , official supplier of H.O.G. licensed merchandise.
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