2017 Vermont Statutes
Title 23 - Motor Vehicles
Chapter 15 - Powers Of Enforcement Officers
§ 1601 Identification of motor vehicles

Universal Citation: 23 V.S.A. § 1601

§ 1601. Identification of motor vehicles

The Commissioner, his or her deputies, and all enforcement officers may at all times, with or without process, stop any motor vehicle to examine identification numbers and marks thereon and raise the hood or engine cover if necessary to accomplish their purpose, and may demand and inspect the driver's license, registration certificate, and permits. They may also at all times, with or without process, enter public garages, parking places, and public buildings where motor vehicles are stored or kept, for the purpose of examining identification numbers and marks thereon and may also, in like manner, examine any motor vehicle standing in any public place or way. They may in like manner examine any motor vehicle to ascertain whether its equipment complies with the requirements of law relating to motor vehicles.

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