2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 49 - MOTOR VEHICLES
Chapter 16 - DEALERS AND SALESMEN LICENSING
Section 49-1628 - USE OF VEHICLE DEALER LOANER PLATE.
49-1628. USE OF VEHICLE DEALER LOANER PLATE. (1) A dealer shall maintain a log showing the vehicle identification number, date, reason for use, and the name of the person authorized to use the plate.
(2) The user of a loaner plate shall carry identification showing dealer name, number on plate, signature of dealer and year for which the plate is valid.
(3) Loaner plates may be used on vehicles held in stock for sale which are loaned to a customer of a dealership while the customer vehicle is being repaired, and, on vehicles held in stock for sale and operated by the dealer or his family for personal use or for furtherance of dealership business.
(4) Loaner plates may not be used on:
(a) Work or service vehicles not held in stock for sale;
(b) Leased or rented vehicles owned by the licensed dealer;
(c) A laden vehicle designed for transportation of cargo, unless the dealer has complied with the provisions of section 49-434, Idaho Code;
(d) Vehicles which have been sold;
(e) Vehicles used by licensee for furtherance of another business;
(f) Vehicles used for personal use by licensed salesman or other nonlicensed employees of the dealership;
(g) Vehicles of which the dealer does not have legal ownership;
(h) Vehicles being operated by an actual purchaser.
[49-1628, added 1988, ch. 265, sec. 401, p. 786.]
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