|(a) A licensee may advertise a specific new vehicle
or line-make of vehicles for sale if the specific vehicle or line-make
is in the possession of the licensee at the time the advertisement
is placed, or if the specific vehicle or line-make is not in the possession
of the licensee at the time the advertisement is placed, the licensee
clearly and conspicuously discloses that fact in the advertisement
and states that the vehicle may be obtained from the manufacturer,
distributor, or some other source; and
(1) the advertisement sets forth the number of vehicles
available at the advertised price, if a price is advertised, at the
time the advertisement is placed; or
(2) a dealer can show he has available a reasonable
expectable public demand based on prior experience.
(b) If an advertised price pertains to only one specific
vehicle, then the advertisement must also disclose the vehicle's stock
number or vehicle identification number.
(c) This section does not prohibit general advertising
of vehicles by a manufacturer, dealer advertising association, or
distributor and the inclusion of the names and addresses of the dealers
selling such vehicles in the particular area.
(d) A motor vehicle dealer may advertise a specific
used vehicle for sale if:
(1) the specific used vehicle is in the possession
of the dealer at the time the advertisement is placed; and
(2) the title certificate to the used vehicle has been
assigned to the dealer.