Chapter 90 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking section 2D in its entirety and inserting in place thereof the following section:-
Section 2D. The registrar is hereby authorized and directed to design, issue and regulate the use of temporary registration plates, including, but not limited to, for issuance to and usage by purchasers of motor vehicles who do not reside in the commonwealth and who will be transporting the vehicle to their state of residence for registration in that state. Such temporary plates shall be issued to dealers, upon application accompanied by the proper fee, as shall be established by the registrar, for use by purchasers of motor vehicles, and shall be valid for not more than twenty days. Satisfactory proof shall be furnished that a certificate, as defined in section thirty-four A, is in effect prior to the issuance of temporary plates to any purchaser. The registrar is hereby empowered to issue and enforce regulations for the administration of this section.
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