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A new motor vehicle dealer that satisfies the requirements of R.C. 4517.221 may display up to six (6) new motor vehicles at a location other than the dealer’s established place of business in order to promote or benefit a charitable or civic purpose.
I understand that any provisions as set forth in 4517.221 of the R.C. that have been violated, the motor vehicle dealer board may order an administrative penalty for each violation, including but not limited to each sale that occurs, and each day a violation occurs or continues to occur.
A motor vehicle display that is being held at a location that is inside the dealer’s area of responsibility (AOR) as assigned by the manufacturer, must comply with the following:
NOTE: Test drives may be made available during the display.
A motor vehicle display that is being held at a location that is outside the dealer’s area of responsibility (AOR) as assigned by the manufacturer, must comply with the following:
Any dealer that is displaying motor vehicles outside of their AOR as assigned by the manufacturer bears the responsibility of proving that no dealer of the same line-make within the area objected to the display. In the situation where a dealer of a same line-make object to the display by a dealer who is from outside the AOR, the dealer may not display.
NOTE: Test drives may not occur and the vehicles must remain stationary during the display.
All new motor vehicle dealers that have filed an affidavit(s) with the BMV for a motor vehicle display must maintain a copy of the affidavit(s) for their records for one (1) year from the last day of the display.