Study Guide - Use of Dealer Plates
- A salesperson may use a dealer plate if he or she
- Works at least 25 hours each week on a regular basis and is compensated for this work.
- Has a written agreement with the dealer to rent the dealer plate.
- Is an independent contractor.
- All of the above. Dealer may allow the use of their dealer plates if the licensed salesperson works at least 25 hours each week on a regular basis and is paid for this work.
- Dealer license plates may be
- Used on vehicles in the inventory of the dealer.
- Rented to license salespersons on a form prescribed by the Motor Vehicle Dealer Board.
- Used on a dealer's courtesy vehicle.
- All of the above. A dealer may use dealer plates on vehicles in his inventory.
- A dealer may allow the prospective purchaser to use the license plates assigned to the
- 7 days.
- 14 days
- Up to 5 days, and may be renewed once. A customer may use dealer plates for up to 5 days, and they may be renewed once.
- After proper forms are completed, dealer plates may be used on a vehicle in a
- By a prospective purchaser.
- By a customer whose vehicle is in the dealers shop for repairs.
- For an occasional daily rental.
- A & B of the above. Once the dealer has completed the proper forms, he/she may allow a prospective purchaser to use dealer plates on a vehicle in his inventory and he/she may also allow a customer to use dealer plates on one of his/her vehicles while the customer's vehicle is in his/her shop for repairs.
- The form granting permission to use dealer plates
- May be issued for only one five day period.
- May be issued for a five day period and reissued for one additional five day period.
- May be issued for fifteen days.
- Is only valid for a twenty four hour period. A dealer must use a form granting permission for a customer to use dealer plates and that form may be issued for the first five days and may be issued again for a second five-day period.
- When may you use Dealer Plates on consignment vehicles?
- If the vehicle is on consignment from another dealer.
- If the vehicle is on consignment from an individual.
- Under no circumstances.
- A and B above. Dealer Plates can be used on vehicles on consignment from another dealer.
- The dealer may authorize a person, other than a full-time employee, to transport a vehicle on
a dealer plate to and from a point of sale, an auction, and a repair facility or dealer exchange for a period not to exceed
- Fice days.
- 24 hours.
- 12 hours.
- 48 hours. An authorized person, other than a full-time employee of the dealer, may use a dealer plate for no more than 24 hours, to transport a vehicle on a dealer plate to and from a point of sale, an auction, a repair facility or dealer exchange.