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67 Pa. Code § 65.6. Distribution of permits and telegrams of authority.

§ 65.6. Distribution of permits and telegrams of authority.

 (a)  Issuance by agents. Permits and telegrams of authority shall be issued only by agents authorized by the Bureau.

 (b)  Trip and hunter permits. Every agent authorized to issue trip permits or hunter permits shall, upon request, issue a trip permit or hunter permit to the owner or lessee of a vehicle who has made proper application for the permit and has paid the required fees.

   (1)  The agent shall complete the permit in ink or with typewriter in triplicate, including all required information.

   (2)  The original copy of the permit shall be forwarded to the Bureau within 10 days.

   (3)  The applicant’s copy of the trip permit shall be given, wired or telecopied, to the applicant for possession by the driver of the vehicle whenever the vehicle is being driven on the highways of this Commonwealth.

   (4)  The triplicate or agent’s copy of the trip permits and copies of any related documents shall be retained at the agent’s place of business for at least 3 years for inspection by police or duly authorized representatives of the Department. Microfilming of records is acceptable.

 (c)  Telegrams of authority. Every agent authorized to issue telegrams of authority shall issue a telegram of authority in the format specified by the Bureau after receiving approval of the Division. Approval can be obtained by telephone or Telex.

   (1)  A copy of the telegram shall be forwarded to the Bureau within 10 days.

   (2)  A copy of the telegram shall be given to the applicant for possession by the driver of the vehicle whenever the vehicle is being operated.

   (3)  The agent’s copy of the telegrams of authority and copies of any related documents shall be retained at the agent’s place of business for at least 3 years for inspection by police and duly authorized representatives of the Department.

Source

   The provisions of this §  65.6 adopted April 29, 1983, effective April 30, 1983, 13 Pa.B. 1440; readopted May 6, 1988, effective immediately and applies retroactively to April 30, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 2131. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (87703) to (87704).



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