Form K-200 "Etching of Vehicle Identification Number and Component Parts Marking" - Connecticut

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Download Form K-200 "Etching of Vehicle Identification Number and Component Parts Marking" - Connecticut

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ETCHING OF VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
AND COMPONENT PARTS MARKING
K-200 REV. 11-2006
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
DEALERS AND REPAIRERS DIVISION
On The Web at ct.gov/dmv
CERTIFICATE OF FILING
SECTION 14-99H C.G.S. AND PUBLIC ACTS 2004-199 SECTION 36 AND 2006-130 SECTION 23
DATE:
DEALER NAME:
DEALER LICENSE NUMBER:
I,
acting as a principal of the above used car or new
car dealership, or new or used dealer that sells a motorcycle, as defined in Sec. 14-51 C.G.S. or as lessor
licensed in accordance with 14-15 C.G.S., acknowledge receipt of copy of Section 14-99h C.G.S., Public Act
2004-199 Section 36 and Public Act 2006-130, Section 23.
I understand that I am required to offer the etching of the complete vehicle Identification Number on the
window glass to all customers; I may also offer the marking of the vehicle component parts with the complete
vehicle identification number. Each new or used dealer that sells a motorcycle shall offer to the purchaser to
mark the complete vehicle identification number on the component parts of said vehicle.
1) Displaying a sign in the showroom which announces the services and the charges.
2)
Training all salespersons to offer the option of the VIN etching service or the option of the marking of the
component parts in the preparation of a contract for purchase of a passenger automobile.
3) If I decide to have any vehicles on my lot etched or marked prior to their sale or lease I will specify the
charge for such service separately on the label required by the Federal Automobile Information Act. I will
inform the potential purchaser of the cost and advantage of the service and may charge the price below, if
the customer agrees.
4)
However, if the customer does not wish the service, no charge will be made. If I decide to have all vehicles
on my lot etched or marked prior to their sale or lease I may preprint the purchase order with the charge for
the VIN Etching service or component parts marking service, provided the service is itemized and clearly
disclosed as an option on such purchase order.
Until this form is updated and received by the Department of Motor Vehicles, the following price will be
charged to all customers who request the option of VIN window etching or component part marking.
VIN Etching
per vehicle
$
.
Parts Marking
per vehicle
$
.
DEALER PRINCIPAL
DATE
ETCHING OF VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
AND COMPONENT PARTS MARKING
K-200 REV. 11-2006
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
DEALERS AND REPAIRERS DIVISION
On The Web at ct.gov/dmv
CERTIFICATE OF FILING
SECTION 14-99H C.G.S. AND PUBLIC ACTS 2004-199 SECTION 36 AND 2006-130 SECTION 23
DATE:
DEALER NAME:
DEALER LICENSE NUMBER:
I,
acting as a principal of the above used car or new
car dealership, or new or used dealer that sells a motorcycle, as defined in Sec. 14-51 C.G.S. or as lessor
licensed in accordance with 14-15 C.G.S., acknowledge receipt of copy of Section 14-99h C.G.S., Public Act
2004-199 Section 36 and Public Act 2006-130, Section 23.
I understand that I am required to offer the etching of the complete vehicle Identification Number on the
window glass to all customers; I may also offer the marking of the vehicle component parts with the complete
vehicle identification number. Each new or used dealer that sells a motorcycle shall offer to the purchaser to
mark the complete vehicle identification number on the component parts of said vehicle.
1) Displaying a sign in the showroom which announces the services and the charges.
2)
Training all salespersons to offer the option of the VIN etching service or the option of the marking of the
component parts in the preparation of a contract for purchase of a passenger automobile.
3) If I decide to have any vehicles on my lot etched or marked prior to their sale or lease I will specify the
charge for such service separately on the label required by the Federal Automobile Information Act. I will
inform the potential purchaser of the cost and advantage of the service and may charge the price below, if
the customer agrees.
4)
However, if the customer does not wish the service, no charge will be made. If I decide to have all vehicles
on my lot etched or marked prior to their sale or lease I may preprint the purchase order with the charge for
the VIN Etching service or component parts marking service, provided the service is itemized and clearly
disclosed as an option on such purchase order.
Until this form is updated and received by the Department of Motor Vehicles, the following price will be
charged to all customers who request the option of VIN window etching or component part marking.
VIN Etching
per vehicle
$
.
Parts Marking
per vehicle
$
.
DEALER PRINCIPAL
DATE
Section 14-99h of the general statutes is replaced and the following is substituted in lieu of thereof (Effective
July 1, 2004):
(a) Each new car dealer or used car dealer, as defined in section 14-51, or lessor licensed under the
provisions of section 14-15 shall offer the purchased or lessee of a new or used motor vehicle, at the time of
sale or lease, the optional service of etching the complete identification number or the vehicle on a lower
corner or the windshield and on each side or rear window in such vehicle. Each such dealer or lessor may
etch the complete identification number of a motor vehicle on any such vehicle in its inventory prior to sale or
lease provided it specifies the charge for such service separately on the order for the motor vehicle as
prescribes by the provisions of section 14-62.
(b) If a new car dealer or used car dealer, as defined in section 14-51, offers the purchaser of a new or used
motor vehicle, at the time of sale, the optional service of marking vehicle components with the complete
vehicle identification number, the dealer shall specify the charge for such service separately on the order for
the sale of the motor vehicle as prescribed by the provisions of section 14-62. The commissioner may adopt
regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to implement the provisions of this subsection. Such regulations
may provide standards for the marking of component parts in a secure manner, and for telephone or on-line
access to a secure database of vehicles and parts that have been marked and registered in such database.
Such regulation may also provide for the marking of parts used to replace parts that have been marked in
accordance with the provisions of this subsection, by repairers licensed in accordance with section 14-52.
[(b)] (c) Each new car dealer, used car dealer or lessor shall charge reasonable rates for etching services
and parts marking services rendered within the state pursuant to [subsection] subsections (a) and (b) of this
section and shall file a schedule of such rated with the commissioner of Motor Vehicles not later that
September first in each year. Each such dealer or lessor may from time to time file an amended schedule of
such rates with the commissioner. No such dealer or lessor may change any rate for such etching services
or parts marking services which is greater that the rated contained in the most recent schedule filed with the
commissioner.
[(c)] (d) A motor vehicle dealer, licensed in accordance with section 14-52 and meeting qualifications
established by the commissioner, may verify a manufacturer's vehicle identification number to satisfy any
provision requiring such verification in this chapter, or chapter 246a or 247. Such verification shall be
provided in a written affidavit signed by such a motor vehicle dealer, or his designee, and submitted to the
commission. Such affidavit shall contain a statement that the manufacturer's vehicle identification number
corresponds to such number (1) on the manufacturer's or importer's certificate of origin, if the motor vehicle
is new, or (2) on a current certificate of title, for all other vehicles. Such affidavit shall also contain a
statement that the vehicle identification number has not been mutilated, altered or removed.
[(d)] (e) Any person violation the provision of subsection (c) of this section, shall be subject to the penalties of
false statement, provided for in sections 14-110 and 53a-157b.
[(e)] (f) The commissioner may adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to implement the provisions
of this section.
Public Act 2006-130 Section 23, Effective October 1, 2006 requires new and used motor vehicles dealers
who sell motorcycles to offer purchasers the service of marking the motorcycle's component parts with its
complete vehicle identification number. By law, dealers may offer motor vehicle purchasers parts marking as
an optional service. Although motorcycles are considered motor vehicles by definition, the law does not
explicitly mention them with respect to these services. This service will be subject to regulations and
standards adopted by DMV.
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