Comments: IN HB1482 | 2019 | Regular Session

Bill Title: Dealer services. Provides that a broker is not defined as a lead generation or other marketing service except in certain instances. Defines "dealer owner" for a business entity. Moves certain provisions providing temporary license plates and dealer plates to the dealer services law. Removes the requirement that a person must be licensed by the secretary of state before the person may possess for more than 30 days more than two inoperable motor vehicles. Provides that an automotive salvage recycler must be licensed by the secretary of state before the automotive salvage recycler may do certain activities. Requires that an automotive salvage recycler must report a purchase of a motor vehicle to the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System within 72 hours. (Current law requires 30 days.) Requires an automotive salvage recycler to allow the secretary of state, a police officer, or an agent of the secretary of state to inspect a certificate of authority. Changes the composition of the motor vehicle sales advisory board (board). Allows the board members to be reappointed. Requires that a zoning affidavit or statement be signed not more than 90 days before the affidavit or statement is submitted to the secretary of state as part of an application for various permits and licenses. Requires a dealer to submit an application for approval of a change to a dealer manager. Removes the provision providing for a manufacturer or distributor to recover costs under a uniform warranty reimbursement policy in certain instances. Requires a copy of a contract between a manufacturer or distributor and a franchisee be provided to the secretary of state. (Current law requires that the copy be submitted to the bureau of motor vehicles.) Makes conforming changes. Makes technical changes.

Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill

Status: (Passed) 2019-05-06 - Public Law 284 [HB1482 Detail]

Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [PDF]

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