Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 136.04 - Combination salvage-motor vehicle dealer operations

(1) The following physical separation and sign requirements apply only to combination salvage-motor vehicle dealer operations at the same business location.
(2) "Physical separation" as required by s. 218.22(5), Stats., means a physical separation by natural barrier, fence or wall, so designed that a vehicle may not enter. Issuance of license is subject to approval by the department after inspection by one of its agents.
(3) Where the physical separation is by natural barrier, including plantings of trees or shrubs, such barrier shall be not less than 4 feet in height.
(4) Where the physical separation is by fence or wall, or a combination thereof, such barrier shall be constructed of rigid durable material and shall be not less than 4 feet in height.
(5) The salvage yard area may be connected with the motor vehicle dealer area by means of gates or doors to be kept closed except when moving salvage vehicles or used parts into or from the salvage area. Any gate or door shall meet the construction specifications noted in sub. (4).
(6) To further identify the salvage yard, a sign shall be prominently displayed near the principal point of entrance to the salvage yard. Such sign shall be not less than 24" × 48", shall state "Salvage Yard" and shall be plainly visible.

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Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 136.04
Cr. Register, April 1981, No. 304, eff. 5-1-81; reprinted to correct error in (6), Register, February, 1997, No. 494.

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