KANSAS OIL & GAS CODE
Chapter 55 - Oil And Gas
Article 5 Transportation And Sale Of Oils And Liquid Fuels
§ 55-507 Liquid-fuel carrier's license; certificates for vehicles
No person shall transport any liquid fuels or motor fuels from any refinery, place of manufacture or production, or pipeline terminal, or across the state line, in quantities of 120 gallons or more over any of the public highways of this state without having first secured from the director of taxation, and at the time holding, a valid, unrevoked liquid-fuels carrier's license and a certificate thereof for each vehicle in which such person transports such fuels, nor shall any person transport any liquid fuel or motor fuels in quantities of 3,500 gallons or more over any of the public highways of this state from any point of origin other than a refinery, place of production or manufacture or pipeline terminal without having first secured from the director of taxation, and at the time holding a valid, unrevoked certificate of a liquid-fuels carrier's license for each vehicle in which such person transports such fuels. This section shall not apply to the transportation by any consumer in the consumer's own vehicle of liquid fuels exclusively for such consumer's own use from the place of purchase to the place where it is to be consumed by such consumer.
History: L. 1933, ch. 292, § 2; L. 1943, ch. 209, § 1; L. 1981, ch. 221, § 1; L. 1995, ch. 262, § 14; July 1.