Alcoholic Beverage Control Law Section 94
1.No vehicle shall be used in this state for the trucking or transportation of any alcoholic beverage unless such vehicle shall be registered with the liquor authority by a permit issued by it and shall have affixed thereto a sign to be approved by the liquor authority, containing the registration number of such vehicle. In lieu of such sign a vehicle may have in its cab a photostatic copy of its current permit issued by the Authority. This provision shall not apply to vehicles owned or hired and operated by a licensee.
2.Such permit shall be issued for the calendar year, and may cover one or more trucks and in cities having a population of one million or less to duly licensed taxicabs used to deliver only wine or liquor sold at retail and the fee therefor shall be at the rate of fifty-one dollars per truck or such duly licensed taxicab per year. 2-a. In lieu of such permits, the liquor authority may issue a fleet permit for an annual fee of sixty-four hundred dollars. Such fleet permit shall cover any and all vehicles owned or hired, and operated, by such permittee. In lieu of the sign required to be affixed to each vehicle pursuant to subdivision one of this section, the holder of a fleet permit may have in the cab of such vehicle a photostatic copy of its current fleet permit issued by the authority. 2-b. In lieu of such permits, the liquor authority may issue a company permit to a licensed manufacturer or wholesaler licensed pursuant to § 53 (Wholesaler’s license)section fifty-three of this chapter for an annual fee of sixty-four hundred dollars. Such company permit shall cover any and all vehicles over sixty-five thousand pounds hired or contracted for a term by such permittee. In lieu of the sign required to be affixed to each vehicle pursuant to subdivision one of this section, the holder of the company permit may have in the cab of such hired or contracted vehicle a photostatic copy, noting the time and date alcoholic beverages departed the company and its intended delivery time and date of destination of its company permit issued by the authority.
3.If such application is made after July first in any one year, the fee shall be one-half of the annual fee herein provided for.
Section 94 — Trucking permit,
https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/ABC/94 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Dec. 2, 2023).