Motor vehicle dealer supplemental lots regulated.
ENTITLED, An Act to
revise the definition of a temporary supplemental lot for the purposes of
regulating certain vehicle dealers.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:
That subdivision (17) of
be amended to read as follows:
"Temporary supplemental lot," a location other than the principal place of business or
supplemental lot but within the same county as the principal place of business,
the corporate limits of a municipality which overlaps boundaries of a county,
or in an
adjoining county, if the adjoining county has no licensed vehicle dealer selling
automobiles, pick-ups, or passenger vans and the temporary supplemental lot is no more
than ten miles from the principal place of business, where a licensed vehicle dealer or
a licensed used vehicle dealer may conduct business for a period of time not to exceed
ten consecutive days for a specific purpose such as fairs, auto shows, auctions, shopping
center promotions, or tent sales. A temporary supplemental lot shall meet all local
zoning and building codes for the type of business being conducted. If a licensed vehicle
dealer establishes a temporary supplemental lot in a county with a licensed used vehicle
dealer, a licensed used vehicle dealer may establish a temporary supplemental lot in a
county with a licensed vehicle dealer;
Signed February 25, 2004.