Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 49
MOTOR VEHICLES
CHAPTER 16
DEALERS AND SALESMEN LICENSING
49-1612.  Notice of change of address. (1) The department shall not issue a dealer’s license to any applicant who does not have a principal place of business. Should the dealer change the site or location of his principal place of business, he shall immediately upon making the change notify the department, and a new license shall be granted for the unexpired portion of the term of the license, providing the new location meets all the requirements for a principal place of business. Should a dealer cease to be in possession of a principal place of business from and on which he conducts the business for which he is licensed, he shall immediately notify the department and upon demand by the department shall deliver the dealer’s license, which shall be held and retained until it shall be made to appear to the department that the licensee has again come into possession of a principal place of business, whereupon the dealer’s license shall be reissued to him, without charge. Nothing in the provisions of this chapter shall be construed to prevent a dealer from conducting the business for which the dealer is licensed at one (1) or more licensed supplemental lots or locations not contiguous to the dealer’s principal place of business but operated and maintained in conjunction with it.
(2)  The department shall not issue a vehicle manufacturer’s license to any applicant who does not have an established place of business within Idaho. Should the vehicle manufacturer change his established place of business within Idaho, the licensee shall immediately upon making the change, notify the department of the location and address of the new established place of business, and a new license shall be granted for the unexpired portion of the term of the license.

History:
[49-1612, added 1988, ch. 265, sec. 385, p. 768; am. 2006, ch. 108, sec. 1, p. 301.]


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