|(a) A license holder may sell a non-repairable motor
vehicle or a salvage motor vehicle to a person who resides in a jurisdiction
outside the United States only as provided by Transportation Code, §501.099.
(b) A license holder may accept any of the following
types of government-issued photo identification documents to establish
that the purchaser resides outside the United States:
(2) driver's license;
(3) consular identity document;
(4) national identification certificate or identity
(5) other photo identification card issued by the jurisdiction
where the purchaser resides that contains the name, address, and date
of birth of the purchaser.
(c) A legible copy of the photo identification document
must be maintained in the records of the license holder for a period
of 48 months after the sale of a salvage motor vehicle or a non-repairable
motor vehicle for "export-only."
(d) The limitation on the number of casual sales that
may be made to a person under §221.53 of this title (relating
to Casual Sales) does not apply to sales to a person who resides in
a jurisdiction outside the United States and who purchases salvage
motor vehicles and non-repairable motor vehicles for "export-only."