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28-4402 - Recreational vehicles; public events; permits
28-4402. Recreational vehicles; public events; permits
A. A motor vehicle dealer who is licensed to sell only recreational vehicles as defined in section 28-3102 and who is the only franchisee for that line-make in the county in which the motor vehicle dealer is licensed may exhibit and sell those recreational vehicles at a fair or similar public event in an adjacent county by permit if a franchisee for that line-make is not licensed in the adjacent county.
B. A licensed motor vehicle dealer may display and sell motor vehicles during a public event for a limited period of time, not to exceed ten days in any one calendar year, outside of the county in which the licensed motor vehicle dealer has an established place of business if the display and sales take place in an incorporated city or town whose boundaries include territory within two counties and the licensed motor vehicle dealer's established place of business is in one of the two counties. Before any display or sales, the licensed motor vehicle dealer shall obtain a permit from the department and shall submit proof to the department that the proposed site is in compliance with local zoning ordinances.