West Virginia Code Chapter 17A. Motor Vehicle Administration, Registration, Certificate of Title and Antitheft Provisions
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- Article 1. Words and Phrases Defined
- Article 2. Division of Motor Vehicles
- Article 2A. Uniform Motor Vehicle Records Disclosure Act
- Article 2B. Consolidation of the Regulation of the Motor Carrier Industry
- Article 3. Original and Renewal of Registration; Issuance of Certificates of Title
- Article 3A. Vehicle Compliance with Federal Clean Air Standards and Vehicle Safety
- Article 4. Transfers of Title or Interest
- Article 4A. Liens and Encumbrances on Vehicles to Be Shown on Certificate of Title; Notice to Creditors and Purchasers
- Article 5. Permits to Nonresident Owners
- Article 6. Licensing of Dealers and Wreckers or Dismantlers; Special Plates; Temporary Plates or Markers
- Article 6A. Motor Vehicle Dealers, Distributors, Wholesalers and Manufacturers
- Article 6B. License Services
- Article 6C. Automobile Auction Businesses
- Article 6D. Daily Passenger Rental Car Business
- Article 6E. Motor Vehicle Salesperson License
- Article 7. Special Stickers
- Article 8. Special Antitheft Laws
- Article 9. Offenses Against Registration Laws and Suspension or Revocation of Registration
- Article 10. Fees for Registration, Licensing, Etc.
- Article 11. Penalties
- Article 12. Severability and Effect of Chapter
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