|(a) A dealer or converter shall secure a temporary
tag to a vehicle in the license plate display area located at the
rear of the vehicle, so that the entire temporary tag is visible and
legible at all times, including when the vehicle is being operated.
(b) A federal, state, or local governmental agency
shall secure a temporary buyer's tag or preprinted Internet-down temporary
tag issued under 215.150(c) of this title (relating to Authorization
to Issue Temporary Tags) to a vehicle in the license plate display
area located at the rear of the vehicle, so that the entire temporary
tag is visible and legible at all times, regardless of whether the
vehicle is being operated.
(c) All printed information on a temporary tag must
be visible and may not be covered or obstructed by any plate holder
or other device or material.
(d) A motor vehicle that is being transported using
the full mount method, the saddle mount method, the tow bar method,
or any combination of those methods in accordance with Transportation
Code, §503.068(d), must have a dealer's temporary tag, a converter's
temporary tag, or a buyer's temporary tag, whichever is applicable,
affixed to the motor vehicle being transported.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §215.151 adopted to be effective February 11, 2010, 35 TexReg 883; amended to be effective February 13, 2017, 42 TexReg 571; amended to be effective October 21, 2020, 45 TexReg 7441; amended to be effective January 27, 2022, 47 TexReg 662