|(a) The advisory board consists of the five members representing the used automotive parts industry in this state appointed by the presiding officer of the commission with the approval of the commission. The five members include: (1) members who represent used automotive parts businesses owned by domestic entities, as defined by Business Organizations Code, §1.002; and (2) one member who represents a used automotive parts business owned by a foreign entity, as defined by Business Organizations Code, §1.002. (b) The advisory board may not include more than one member from any one used automotive parts business entity. (c) Advisory board members serve terms of six years, with the terms of one or two members expiring on February 1 of each odd-numbered year. (1) A member may not serve more than two full consecutive terms. (2) If a vacancy occurs during a term, the chairman of the commission will appoint a replacement who meets the qualifications of the open position to serve for the balance of the term. (d) The presiding officer of the commission shall appoint one of the advisory board members to serve as the presiding officer of the advisory board for one year. The presiding officer of the advisory board may vote on any matter before the advisory board. (e) Advisory board members do not receive compensation. They are, subject to the General Appropriations Act, may be reimbursed for actual and necessary expenses incurred in performing the duties of the advisory board. (f) The advisory board meets twice yearly and may meet at other times at the call of the presiding officer of the commission or the executive director. (g) The advisory board provides advice and recommendations to the department on technical matters relevant to the administration and enforcement of this chapter, including licensing standards.