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Notice of Intent to Adopt a Rule
LSA Document #16-435

Under IC 4-22-2-23, the Secretary of State intends to adopt a rule concerning the following:

OVERVIEW: Amends 75 IAC 6 concerning dealers. Adds definitions and parameters for the dealer designee license plate. Clarifies requirements for the initial license application and for license renewal for all license types. Adds established place of business requirements for manufacturers, converter manufacturers, distributors, transfer dealers, automobile auctions, and automotive mobility dealers. Repeals references to wholesale dealers. Clarifies requirements for consignment sales. Repeals outdated fee and enforcement provisions. Repeals rules made redundant by statutory provisions. Defines the terms classic, collector, and antique motor vehicle. Amends established place of business requirements for all license types. Clarifies restrictions on dealer license plates including manufacturer and transfer license plates. Clarifies rules regarding interim license plates. Adds rules for dealer promotional license plates. Amends the formula used to calculate license plate restrictions for manufacturers. Allows the division to accept alternate identification for record requests. Questions concerning the proposed rule may be addressed to the Small Business Regulatory Coordinator for this rule. Effective 30 days after filing with the Publisher. Statutory authority: IC 9-32-3-1.

For purposes of IC 4-22-2-28.1, the Small Business Regulatory Coordinator for this rule is:
Rachael Ehlich, Senior Counsel
Indiana Secretary of State – Auto Dealer Services Division
Indiana Government Center South
302 West Washington Street, Room E-111
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 234-8058

For purposes of IC 4-22-2-28.1, the Small Business Ombudsman designated by IC 4-4-35-8 is:
Robert Warner
Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
One North Capitol, Suite 600
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-5679
Resources available to regulated entities through the small business ombudsman include the ombudsman's duties stated in IC 4-4-35-8, specifically IC 4-4-35-8(9), investigating and attempting to resolve any matter regarding compliance by a small business with a law, rule, or policy administered by a state agency, either as a party to a proceeding or as a mediator.

Posted: 09/28/2016 by Legislative Services Agency

DIN: 20160928-IR-075160435NIA
Composed: Feb 20,2024 11:45:10PM EST
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