Off-Premises Sales

NOTICE:  The information below was obtained directly from the Division of Motorist Services’ (DMS) website, DMS Procedures and Florida Statutes. Links are provided so you may access the content of the procedures on the DMS website and the law.

FAST FACTS  

  • A supplemental license authorizing off-premises sales will be issued to the dealer at no charge, for a period not to exceed 10 consecutive calendar days.
  • RV Dealers who conduct off-premises sales not in conjunction with a public vehicle show, as defined in s. 320.3203(5)(c), F.S. shall:

(a) Notify the applicable local department office of the specific dates and location for which such license is requested.
(b) Provide staff to work at the temporary location for the duration of the off-premises sale.
(c) Meet all local government permit requirements.
(d) Have the permission of the property owner to operate at that location.
(e) Conspicuously display a sign at the licensed location which clearly identifies the dealer’s name and business address as listed on the dealer’s original license.
(f) Prominently include the dealer’s name and business address, as listed on the dealer’s original license, in all advertisements associated with such sale.

References:  s. 320.771(7), F.S.15th EDITION 2014 FLORIDA MOTOR VEHICLE, MOBILE HOME AND  RECREATIONAL VEHICLE DEALERS’ HANDBOOK

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