Trans 147.07(1)(1) Display.
Trans 147.07(1)(a)(a) Before a bid can be submitted, the cardholder shall display the buyer identification card to the salvage pool operator. The photo identification card from which the assigned identification number appears on the buyer identification card shall also be displayed to verify the identity of the cardholder.
Trans 147.07(1)(b) (b) The buyer identification number shall be displayed on each sheet of any bid submitted to a motor vehicle salvage pool for the purchase of a motor vehicle or other document evidencing the purchase of a motor vehicle from a motor vehicle salvage pool.
Trans 147.07(2) (2)Restrictions and limitations.
Trans 147.07(2)(a)(a) No person may duplicate, reproduce or copy any buyer identification card.
Trans 147.07(2)(b) (b) No person may lend a buyer identification card to another person.
Trans 147.07(2)(c) (c) When a cardholder can no longer make proper use of the card, the card shall be returned to the department for cancellation.
Trans 147.07 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1989, No. 400, eff. 5-1-89.
Trans 147.08 Trans 147.08 Replacement of a buyer identification card.
Trans 147.08(1)(1) Lost, stolen, or mutilated identification card. If a buyer identification card is lost, stolen, mutilated, destroyed or becomes illegible, the cardholder may request a replacement identification card.
Trans 147.08(2) (2)Change of address or name. When the address or name of a cardholder changes, the cardholder shall, within 30 days, request a replacement buyer identification card showing the correct address and name.
Trans 147.08(3) (3)Application for replacement. The qualified applicant seeking a replacement buyer identification card shall use the forms prescribed in s. Trans 147.03 to provide:
Trans 147.08(3)(a) (a) The information required in s. Trans 147.03.
Trans 147.08(3)(b) (b) The former name, if changed from that shown on the original application and original buyer identification card issued.
Trans 147.08(3)(c) (c) The former address, if changed from that shown on the original application and original buyer identification card issued.
Trans 147.08(3)(d) (d) One of the following words or phrases to describe the reason a replacement card is required:
Trans 147.08(3)(d)3. 3. Destroyed.
Trans 147.08(3)(d)4. 4. Mutilated or illegible.
Trans 147.08(3)(d)5. 5. Name change.
Trans 147.08(3)(d)6. 6. Address change.
Trans 147.08(3)(d)7. 7. Name and address change.
Trans 147.08(4) (4)Return of original buyer identification card.
Trans 147.08(4)(a)(a) The original buyer identification card shall be returned to the department with a request for a replacement buyer identification card when the reason a replacement is required is covered by any one of sub. (3) (d) 4. to 7.
Trans 147.08(4)(b) (b) A person recovering a buyer identification card for which a replacement has been issued for the reasons covered by sub. (3) (d) 1. or 2., shall immediately return the recovered card to the department.
Trans 147.08 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1989, No. 400, eff. 5-1-89.
Trans 147.09 Trans 147.09 Cancellation of a buyer identification card.
Trans 147.09(1)(1) Upon termination of the cardholder as an employe, the employer shall return the buyer identification card to the department within 10 business days for cancellation.
Trans 147.09(2) (2) The employer may authorize the department to cancel the buyer identification card of an employe when the dealer no longer wishes the employe to be a cardholder by returning the buyer identification card to the department.
Trans 147.09 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1989, No. 400, eff. 5-1-89.
Trans 147.10 Trans 147.10 Surrendering a buyer identification card.
Trans 147.10(1)(1) Upon suspension or revocation of a motor vehicle dealer license, wholesaler license or salvage dealer license issued under ch. 218, Stats., or authority to do business in another jurisdiction, the dealer shall surrender the buyer identification cards of all dealers, dealer principals and employes to the department.
Trans 147.10(2) (2) Whenever a licensed motor vehicle dealer, wholesaler, or salvage dealer discontinues or disposes of the business, such person shall surrender the buyer identification cards of all dealers, dealer principals and employes.
Trans 147.10 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1989, No. 400, eff. 5-1-89.
Trans 147.11 Trans 147.11 Recordkeeping. The motor vehicle dealer, wholesaler and salvage dealer shall hold or have access to all pertinent books, records, letters and contracts of its cardholder employes according to recordkeeping requirements in chs. Trans 136 and 138.
Trans 147.11 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1989, No. 400, eff. 5-1-89.
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