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A dealer may not sell or offer to sell a vehicle at a location away from their established place of business without an off-site sales permit. Off-site sales permits may be issued to an Indiana dealer, manufacturer, automobile auctioneer or transfer dealer for the purpose of conducting a vehicle event at a location other than the dealer's established place of business, if certain requirements are met. (Indiana Code 9-32-11-11 and 75 IAC 6-2-3)
A dealer may not hold more than three (3) off-site sales within twelve (12) calendar months.
The temporary location must:
The application must:
Download the application here:
Motor Vehicle Business Offsite License Application - State Form 43595
Motor vehicle industry sponsored trade shows are exempt from the off-site permit. However, the sponsor must notify the Auto Dealer Services Division in writing of the scheduled event and its participants at least thirty (30) days prior to a show.
Vehicle sales may not be conducted on Sunday, unless the person holds a special event permit issued under Indiana Code 9-32-11-18 or the person is engaged in the business of buying, selling, or trading a motorcycle.
A person licensed under Indiana Code 9-32-11-18 shall be issued a special event permit from the Secretary of State for a special event meeting the following conditions: