2010 Pennsylvania Code
Title 75 - VEHICLES
Chapter 13 - Registration of Vehicles
1310.1 - Temporary registration permits.

     § 1310.1.  Temporary registration permits.
        (a)  General rule.--A registration permit shall be issued to
     the registrant concurrent with the issuance of a temporary
     registration card and plate.
        (b)  Content of registration permit.--Every registration
     permit shall contain the following information:
            (1)  The term "Pennsylvania" preprinted on the permit.
            (2)  The term "temporary registration permit" preprinted
        on the permit.
            (3)  The sticker issued by the department which will
        contain the number of the temporary registration plate and
        the dealer identification number (DIN).
            (4)  The expiration date (month/day/year) of the
        temporary registration plate handprinted on the permit in
        permanent black marker.
            (5)  The control number preprinted on the permit.
        (c)  Location of registration permit.--Except as otherwise
     provided, a registration permit shall be affixed to the extreme
     lower left-hand (driver side) inside corner of the rear window
     of a vehicle with the printed information visible from the
     outside. On trailers, motorcycles, mopeds, motor-driven cycles
     and convertibles, the registration permit shall be carried with
     the vehicle at all times while the vehicle is being operated on
     the highway.
     (June 22, 2001, P.L.559, No.37, eff. 60 days)

        2001 Amendment.  Act 37 added section 1310.1.

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