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28-4401. Off-premises exhibition, off-premises display and sales and special event permits; parking motor vehicle for sale on public property; prohibition; defaced vehicle identification number; mandatory immobilization or impoundment
A. A licensed motor vehicle dealer may conduct an off-premises exhibition, an off-premises display and sales or a special event by permit.
B. An Arizona franchised new car dealer association may conduct a motor vehicle show by permit.
C. An exhibitor that does not have a licensed franchised dealer in this state may conduct a special event by permit. An exhibitor that has a licensed franchised dealer in this state is limited to participating in a special event through the exhibitor's licensed dealer. A licensed motor vehicle dealer or an exhibitor shall not make a solicitation or sale at a special event.
D. An applicant for an off-premises exhibition, an off-premises display and sales or a special event permit shall submit proof to the department that the proposed site is in compliance with local zoning ordinances.
E. An off-premises exhibition permit, display and sales permit or special event permit is not assignable.
F. A special event shall not be held at the same location at which an off-premises exhibition or an off-premises display and sale are held.
G. Except as otherwise provided in this section, a motor vehicle dealer or person acting as a motor vehicle dealer shall not park a motor vehicle for the primary purpose of displaying the vehicle for sale or for transfer of ownership on any of the following:
1. A public street or highway.
2. A public parking lot.
3. Any other public property.
4. Any private property if the public may lawfully drive a motor vehicle on the property. This paragraph does not apply if the property is a motor vehicle dealer's lot and the motor vehicle that is parked on the property is in the motor vehicle dealer's inventory.
H. A vehicle that is displayed for sale with a vehicle identification number that has been destroyed, removed, covered, altered or defaced is subject to mandatory vehicle immobilization or impoundment pursuant to section 28-3511.