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An on-site inspection of the premises will be conducted by a BMV investigator to determine if the location meets all the physical requirements. Once an expanded display site has been approved, the dealership is subject to random inspection, including pertinent records, to confirm that compliance is being maintained.
The purpose is to assist those dealers who are in need of additional display space without requiring a separate license, office service area, or under-roof display area.
All business transactions must occur at the principal location.
If there is a building on the display area, and the building is being used as an office, the site will be considered a secondary location, and must comply with all physical requirements for a secondary location. Otherwise, use of the site will be denied.
If the expanded display site is found to be in violation of the Ohio Revised Code or Ohio Administrative Code, warnings and/or citations may be issued, the application for renewal of the license may be denied, or a license may be revoked or suspended.