Connecticut Law
Title 14 Motor Vehicles. Use Of The Highway By Vehicles. Gasoline


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Connecticut Laws | Title 14 Motor Vehicles. Use Of The Highway By Vehicles. Gasoline

PART III* REGISTRATION AND LICENSES

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Sec. 14-50. Fees for operator's license, passenger endorsement and examination. Waiver of operator's license and registration fees. Regulations.

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Sec. 14-50a. Fees for copies, abstracts, duplicates, replacements and searches. Restriction on use of information. Penalty.

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Sec. 14-50b. Fee for restoration of operator's license or registration. School bus seat belt account.

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Sec. 14-51a. Civil penalties.

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Sec. 14-52. License required for selling or repairing motor vehicles. Surety bonds required for selling, repairing, leasing or renting motor vehicles. Penalty.

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Sec. 14-52a. Grounds for refusal to grant or renew license.

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Sec. 14-52b. Surrender of new car dealer license in event of cancellation, termination or failure to renew franchise by manufacturer. Manufacturer to operate as a dealer on a temporary basis. Issuance of used car dealer's license to entity owned or controlled by a manufacturer. Extension of temporary license.

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Sec. 14-53. Location of business to be approved.

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Sec. 14-54. Location to be approved by local authority.

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Sec. 14-55. Hearing.

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Sec. 14-56. Commissioner to decide if requested by local authority.

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Sec. 14-57. Appeal.

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Sec. 14-58. Application. General registration of motor vehicles. Documents to be issued to drivers. Photostatic copies of registration certificate as proof of ownership. Return of void number plates. Penalty.

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Sec. 14-59. Special dealers' plates for trucks or other vehicles with commercial registration.

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Sec. 14-60. Use of dealers' and repairers' plates.

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Sec. 14-61. Issuance of temporary transfer of registration by dealer. Fee. Return of number plates and registration applications by dealer.

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Sec. 14-61a. Dealer to file application for permanent registration and certificate of title by electronic transmission.

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Sec. 14-61b. Dealer records, documents and forms maintained in electronic format. Production in written format.

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Sec. 14-62. Order and invoice on sale of motor vehicle; information required. Dealer preparation charge. Conveyance or processing fee. Certificate of title on sale of used motor vehicle or sale of motor vehicle at auction.

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Sec. 14-62a. Sale of new motor vehicle; information re price.

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Sec. 14-62b. Sale of used motor vehicle parts.

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Sec. 14-63. Regulations. Customer complaints. Stipulation by licensees.

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Sec. 14-64. Suspension and revocation of licenses. Civil penalties. Restitution orders.

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Sec. 14-65. Auction permit. Exception. Regulations. Penalties.

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Sec. 14-65a. Exemption of dealers in certain trailers. Authorized transactions of marine dealers.

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Sec. 14-65b.

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Secs. 14-65c and 14-65d.

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Sec. 14-65e. Motor vehicle repairs: Definitions.

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Sec. 14-65f. (Formerly Sec. 14-65b). Motor vehicle repairs, written or oral authorizations and written acknowledgments. Estimates. Claims.

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Sec. 14-65g. Waiver of estimates. Record of authorizations and of required information. Estimate of charges for diagnosis.

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Sec. 14-65h. (Formerly Sec. 14-65c). Invoice requirements for motor vehicle repair work. Return of replaced parts.

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Sec. 14-65i. (Formerly Sec. 14-65d). Signs required to be posted in motor vehicle repair shops.

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Sec. 14-65j. False statements. Charges for repairs not performed. Completion of repairs.

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Sec. 14-65k. Investigations. Subpoenas. Injunctions.

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Sec. 14-65l. Motor vehicle repairs: Notice included in appraisal or estimate.

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Sec. 14-65m. Motor vehicle repair shop participating in motor vehicle repair program established by an insurer. Written acknowledgment required.

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Sec. 14-66. Wreckers. Towing and transporting. Distinguishing number plates.

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Sec. 14-66a. Regulations.

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Sec. 14-66b. Operators of wrecker services to maintain records.

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Sec. 14-66c. Sale or disposal of motorized personal property. Penalty.

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Sec. 14-67. Qualifications of licensee; bond; fees. Solicitation of service contracts.

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Sec. 14-67a. Application for license. Requirements. Renewal.

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Sec. 14-67b. Manufacturer's obligations re warranty.

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Sec. 14-67c. Suspension or revocation of manufacturer's license. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 14-67d. Manufacturer's registrations. Fees.

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Secs. 14-67e and 14-67f.

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Sec. 14-67h. "Major component parts" defined.

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Sec. 14-67i. (Formerly Sec. 21-16). Certificate of approval of location; license required. Exceptions.

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Sec. 14-67j. Intermediate processors. Permit and license required. License required to transport vehicles or parts processed by intermediate processors. Records of vehicles or parts received, dismantled or sold. Inspection. Regulations.

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Sec. 14-67k. (Formerly Sec. 21-17). Hearing on application. Fee.

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Sec. 14-67l. (Formerly Sec. 21-18). License and fees. General registration of motor vehicles. Documents to be issued to drivers of such motor vehicles. Compliance with environmental statutes and regulations.

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Sec. 14-67m. (Formerly Sec. 21-18a). Record of vehicles or major component parts received, dismantled or sold. Inspection of records, vehicles, parts and premises. Receipt of certificate of title. Penalty.

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Sec. 14-67n. (Formerly Sec. 21-19). Use of general registration restricted. Number plates for motor vehicles being towed. Fees.

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Sec. 14-67o. (Formerly Sec. 21-20). Revocation of license upon sale or transfer of business.

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Sec. 14-67p. (Formerly Sec. 21-21). Suspension or revocation for violation.

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Sec. 14-67q. (Formerly Sec. 21-22). Commissioner may impose conditions concerning establishment and maintenance of yards.

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Sec. 14-67r. (Formerly Sec. 21-22a). Fencing.

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Sec. 14-67s. (Formerly Sec. 21-23). Ordinances creating restricted districts.

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Sec. 14-67t. (Formerly Sec. 21-24). Publication of ordinances.

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Sec. 14-67u. (Formerly Sec. 21-25). Appeal.

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Sec. 14-67v. (Formerly Sec. 21-26). Penalty. Injunction to restrain violation.

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Sec. 14-67w. (Formerly Sec. 21-26a). Scrap metal processors exempted. Receipt of motor vehicles. Required information. Inspection of premises and records. Retention of records. Regulations.

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