(1) In order to be temporarily transferred, the registration must have more than 30 days of valid registration remaining. If the current registration does not meet this requirement, an electronic temporary registration must be issued pursuant to Chapter 15C-16, F.A.C.

Terms Used In Florida Regulations 15C-16.005

  • Electronic funds transfer: The transfer of money between accounts by consumer electronic systems-such as automated teller machines (ATMs) and electronic payment of bills-rather than by check or cash. (Wire transfers, checks, drafts, and paper instruments do not fall into this category.) Source: OCC
    (2) When a temporary plate transfer transaction cannot be performed due to connectivity issues, every issuer of temporary plate transfers must perform the following:
    (a) Provide written documentation to the customer indicating the transfer could not take place due to a connection failure.
    (b) Issue a pre-printed temporary license plate pursuant to subsection Fla. Admin. Code R. 15C-16.002(2)
    (3) The following are prohibited acts that will result in termination of authorization as an ETR provider:
    (a) Willful misrepresentation of ETR policies, procedures, contractual terms or other registration policies or procedures.
    (b) Using department information for reasons other than ETR.
    (c) Failure to correct errors as required by the department.
    (d) Failure to execute electronic funds transfer in the specified time frame.
    (e) Failure to ensure access is only provided to authorized users.
    (4) The department will revoke a dealer’s ability to use ETR for any violation that jeopardizes the integrity of the system. This rule shall not prevent the department from imposing any additional sanctions or fines as allowed by other applicable laws or rules, including but not limited to, Florida Statutes § 320.27 After revocation of the use of ETR, a dealer will only be allowed access if it can prove to the department it has taken corrective measures to no longer jeopardize the integrity of the system.
Rulemaking Authority 320.0609(8)(c) FS. Law Implemented 320.0609(8) FS. History—New 12-19-10, Formerly 15C-17.002.