Idaho Admin. Code r. 39.02.05.010 - DEFINITIONS

01. Appropriate Governmental Entity. The agency or organization employing the authorized officers who take an abandoned vehicle into custody or direct a vehicle to be stored or towed. (3-21-22)
02. Assembled Vehicle. A vehicle which has been constructed using parts from two (2) or more vehicles and has the same appearance as a vehicle that was manufactured under a specific make and model by a manufacturer. Changes may include frame and/or cab changes. See Section 305 for title application requirements. (3-21-22)
03. Body/Center Passenger Area. The center structure, either of a unibody or frame-type passenger vehicle, consisting of a unit of sheet metal and structural components that extends from the firewall to the back of the rear seat or to the factory seam separating the rear section or the centerline of the rear wheels, i.e. cowl panel, dash panel, floor pans, center side body panels, side rails, rocker panels, and other such component parts that may be pertinent to this section. (3-21-22)
04. Brand. A designation on a vehicle's certificate of title or other ownership document, or its record, as determined by the Department or the equivalent agency of another jurisdiction, which indicates and advises future owners and interested parties that: (3-21-22)
a. The vehicle has or has had a relevant physical condition, modification, construction, alteration or history of use that may affect the value or safety of the vehicle; or (3-21-22)
b. Past or present ownership of the vehicle could not be clearly established to the satisfaction of the Department or the equivalent agency of another jurisdiction. (3-21-22)
05. Cab. The passenger compartment of a common truck or pickup truck. It is a unit of sheet metal and structural components including the top/roof and the cowl which may or may not include glass, instrumentation, steering column and seat. (3-21-22)
06. Canadian Vehicle. A vehicle originally manufactured to meet Canadian motor vehicle safety standards. (3-21-22)
07. Electronic Vehicle. A title created and maintained in an electronic format by a jurisdiction. Any reference to a certificate of title in this rule will also apply to an electronic title. (3-21-22)
08. Frame. The heavy metal structure that supports the auto body and other external component parts on body-over-frame constructed vehicles only. (3-21-22)
09. Gray Market Vehicle. A vehicle being imported into the U.S. that was manufactured for use outside of the U.S. and did not meet U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards or Environmental Protection Agency requirements at the time of manufacture. This does not include vehicles manufactured to meet Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. (3-21-22)
10. Mileage. Actual distance that a vehicle has traveled. (3-21-22)
11. Replica Street Rod. A vehicle made to replicate any pre-1949 vehicle which has had a significant drive train update from a more modern vehicle. Changes may include engine, transmission, rear axle and other suspension components. The body will resemble the same as the manufacturer's original issue. See Section 305 for title application requirements. (3-21-22)
12. Street Rod Vehicle. Any pre-1949 manufactured vehicle which has had a significant drive train update from a more modern vehicle. Changes may include engine, transmission, rear axle, and other suspension components. The body will be the same as the manufacturer's original issue. See Section 305 for title application requirements. (3-21-22)
13. Transferee. Any person to whom the ownership of a motor vehicle is transferred, by purchase, gift or any means other than creation of a security interest, and any person who, as agent, signs an odometer disclosure statement for the transferee. (3-21-22)
14. Transferor. Any person who transfers their ownership of a motor vehicle by sale, gift or any means other than creation of a security interest, and any person who, as agent, signs an odometer disclosure statement for the transferor. (3-21-22)

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Idaho Admin. Code r. 39.02.05.010

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