804 KAR 8:050. Signs on vehicles used.
RELATES TO: KRS 243.200, 243.210
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 241.060
NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 241.060 authorizes the board to promulgate reasonable administrative regulations governing the transportation of alcoholic beverages to make identification of vehicles transporting alcoholic beverages immediately recognizable to police officers and agents of this cabinet, this administrative regulation states, with particularity, the types of signs which must be placed on any vehicle used in transporting alcoholic beverages.
Section 1. (1) Signs required on trucks, wagons, and other vehicles used by distillers, retailers, rectifiers, wineries, wholesalers, brewers, distributors, and transporters, in transporting alcoholic beverages shall be:
(a) Painted or printed, or affixed magnetically or adhesively with letters in a color contrasting with the color of that portion of the truck or vehicle upon which the sign is placed;
(b) Placed upon the right and left windows or sides of the vehicle in uniform letters of not less than three (3) inches high in the following from:
"(Name of Licensee)
Ky. (type) License
(2) The following words, and no others, may be abbreviated: Kentucky, (Ky.); Wholesaler, (Whol.); Distiller, (Dist.); Rectifier, (Rect.); Vintner, (Vint.); Brewer, (Brew.); Distributor, (Distr.); Transporter, (TS, and or MT); Company, (Co.); Limited Liability Company, (LLC); Limited Liability Partnership, (LLP); Incorporated, (Inc.); Retailer, (Ret.); and Corporation, (Corp.) (ABC 8:50; 1 Ky.R. 845; eff. 5-14-1975; 30 Ky.R. 1103; 1517; eff. 1-5-2004; TAm eff. 4-30-2013.)