TxDMV publishes rule adoptions in the October 16, 2020, issue of the Texas Register.

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) has adopted rules in the October 16, 2020, issue of the Texas Register. The adopted language is available on TxDMV’s website at https://www.txdmv.gov/general-counsel/proposed-and-adopted-rules.

Two adoptions are effective October 21, 2020, and include:

  • amendments to §§215.150-215.158 concerning buyer’s temporary tags issued by a federal, state, or local governmental agency; and
  • amendments to §217.74 concerning access to the department’s webDEALER online system.

Additional adoptions are effective October 31, 2020, and include:

  • new Chapter 211 concerning the review of criminal history offenses and their effect on licensing;
  • amendments to §215.89 and repeal of §215.88 concerning to update licensing fitness rules under Occupations Code §2301.651 and Transportation Code §503.034, including the implementation of Senate Bill 604; and
  • amendments to §§221.15, 221.19, 221.111, and 221.112, and repeal of §221.113 and §221.114, concerning salvage vehicle dealer licenses.

 

Source: Dealers and Manufacturers
TxDMV publishes rule adoptions in the October 16, 2020, issue of the Texas Register.

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