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Connecticut Laws | Title 14 Motor Vehicles. Use Of The Highway By Vehicles. Gasoline
CHAPTER 246* MOTOR VEHICLES
Sec. 14-67c. Suspension or revocation of manufacturer's license. Civil penalty.

Sec. 14-67c. Suspension or revocation of manufacturer's license. Civil penalty. (1064)(Text)

At the commissioner's discretion, he may convene a hearing and, after notice and such hearing, may suspend or revoke the license of any manufacturer or may impose a civil penalty of not more than three thousand dollars per violation on any manufacturer if he finds that such manufacturer has failed to comply with any provision of sections 14-67a to 14-67d, inclusive, or 42-133r to 42-133dd, inclusive, or any provision of law relating to the conduct of his business. (1065)

Sec. 14-67d. Manufacturer's registrations. Fees. (1066)(Text)

The commissioner may issue to each manufacturer licensed under the provisions of sections 14-67a to 14-67d, inclusive, registrations with the same distinguishing number. Each such registration shall expire annually on the last day of June. For the issuance of each such registration and for the annual renewal thereof there shall be charged a fee of thirty-one dollars, and on and after July 1, 1992, thirty-five dollars; except that the fee for a commercial registration shall be one-half the fee charged for the maximum gross weight of the motor vehicle on which such number or mark is used and except as otherwise provided by subsection (g) of section 14-49. Registration certificates issued under the provisions of this section shall not be required to be carried upon such motor vehicles when on the public highways as required under subsection (a) of section 14-13. (1067)

Secs. 14-67e and 14-67f. (1068)(Text)

Reserved for future use. (1069)

(H)* (1070)

MOTOR VEHICLE RECYCLERS (1071)

Sec. 14-67h. "Major component parts" defined. (1072)(Text)

As used in this part, sections 14-103a, 14-149, 14-152, 14-184, subsection (b) of section 14-196 and section 38a-356, "major component parts" shall have the same meaning as provided in subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 14-149a. (1073)

Sec. 14-67i. (Formerly Sec. 21-16). Certificate of approval of location; license required. Exceptions. (1074)(Text)

(a) No person, firm or corporation shall establish, operate or maintain a motor vehicle recycler's yard or motor vehicle recycler's business unless a certificate of approval of the location to be used therefor has been procured from the board or authority designated by local charter, regulation or ordinance in the town, city or borough wherein such yard or business is located or is proposed to be located, except that in any town or city having a zoning commission, combined planning and zoning commission and a board of appeals, such certificate shall be obtained from the board of appeals. (1075)

(b) The provisions of this section shall not apply to: (1) Any public agency, as defined in section 7-339a, which acquires, collects, dismantles or disposes of junk or abandoned motor vehicles pursuant to a program of solid waste disposal, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 446d and the regulations of Connecticut state agencies, concerning the operation of motor vehicle recycler's yards, provided this exemption shall not apply to any public agency which sells or distributes or exchanges for profit motor vehicle parts for reuse as such, and provided further, such public agency shall designate an employee to maintain accurate records of all motor vehicles received and processed. Such records shall include the make, year, serial number and, if available, the name and address of the person from whom each vehicle was received. A list containing the make, year and serial number of each such motor vehicle shall be sent to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles on or before the last day of the month following the month during which such disposal occurred; or (2) any intermediate processor operating at a licensed facility, pursuant to subsection (a) of this section. "Intermediate processor" means any person, firm or corporation which dismantles, crushes or otherwise conditions junk or abandoned motor vehicles or parts thereof for delivery to a scrap metal processor as defined in section 14-67w, or for disposal in any other manner permitted by law, and which does not sell automobile parts for reuse as parts; provided all such junk or abandoned motor vehicles or parts thereof shall, at the time of such dismantling, crushing or conditioning, be owned by or in the custody of, and located on premises of or maintained by the holder of a motor vehicle recycler's license issued pursuant to section 14-67l, or by a public agency exempted under this subsection. (1076)

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. (1077)(Text)

(a) No intermediate processor, as defined in section 14-67i, shall operate in any town without applying for and receiving a permit from the town and without obtaining a license from the Department of Motor Vehicles, in accordance with the provisions of this section. The permit issued by the town shall state the location of the processor and the period of time it is permitted to be there. The town may charge a fee for its permit. (1078)

(b) No person, firm or corporation may establish, operate or maintain an intermediate processor, as defined in subsection (b) of section 14-67i, except as provided in said subsection, without first obtaining a license from the commissioner. Application therefor shall be in writing and shall contain such information as the commissioner requires. The commissioner may charge a fee for the license. (1079)

(c) No person, firm or corporation may transport or haul any motor vehicle or used parts of a motor vehicle which have been dismantled, crushed or otherwise processed by an intermediate processor, as defined in subsection (b) of section 14-67i, without first obtaining a license from the commissioner, except a scrap metal processor, as defined in section 14-67w, who hauls processed motor vehicles or motor vehicle parts from a licensed auto dismantler, intermediate processor or a public agency which has processed the motor vehicles to a scrap metal processing facility. Application therefor shall be in writing and shall contain such information as the commissioner requires. Such person, firm or corporation shall prominently display their state license number on all vehicles used for any transporting or hauling. The commissioner may charge a fee for the license. (1080)

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