Wash. Admin. Code § 308-65-010 - Definitions - General
Common carrier. Common carrier means any person who undertakes to transport property for the general public by motor vehicle for compensation as outlined in chapter 81.80 RCW. For the purposes of this chapter, common carriers licensed under the provisions of chapter 81.80 RCW are exempt from the hulk hauler licensing requirements when transporting demolished vehicles for hire between vehicle wreckers and/or scrap processors licensed by the state or country in which they operate, and the ownership interest in the vehicles is transferred directly between the vehicle wreckers and/or scrap processors.
Deals in vehicles. For the purposes of this chapter, deals in vehicles means to obtain an ownership interest in a vehicle for the purpose of transporting and/or selling the vehicle to a licensed vehicle wrecker or scrap processor by obtaining ownership as set forth in WAC 308-65-080.
Demolish. To demolish means to completely destroy a vehicle, vehicle salvage, and all parts by rendering it completely unusable except for recyclable material, for example, by means of a hydraulic crusher, hydraulic baler and shears or a shredder operated by a licensed scrap processor.
Hulk hauler. Any person who deals in vehicles for the sole purpose of transporting and/or selling them to a licensed vehicle wrecker or scrap processor in substantially the same form in which they are obtained.
Statutory Authority: RCW 46.79.080. 10-05-050, § 308-65-010, filed 2/11/10, effective 3/14/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.55.190, 46.79.080 and 46.80.140. 93-08-076, § 308-65-010, filed 4/6/93, effective 5/7/93.
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