(1) What is a glider kit?
A glider kit consists of a new cab, chassis, front axle, fenders and air-hose equipment designed for assembly with an existing truck or truck-tractor's rear axle(s), and power train.
(2) How are glider kits described on a certificate of ownership?
The following identifiers will be shown on the certificate of ownership:
(a) The model year of the vehicle as designated by the kit manufacturer or the Washington state patrol;
(b) The make of the vehicle will be the make of the kit;
(c) The series and body type will include the initials GL;
(d) The identification number of the vehicle as determined by an authorized vehicle identification inspector.
(3) What documents must be submitted with an application for certification of ownership for glider kits?
The application for certificate of ownership must be accompanied by the following documents:
(a) The previously issued certificate of ownership, bill(s) of sale or manufacturer's certificate/statement of origin (MCO/MSO);
(b) The previously issued gross weight license when applying for credit against the registration fee, if applicable;
(c) A certificate of inspection by an authorized inspector verifying the vehicle identification number and of component parts not included in the glider kit MCO/MSO;
(d) A certified weight slip showing the new scale weight of the vehicle;
(e) An MCO/MSO or bill of sale for the kit;
(f) A declaration of value form provided by the department.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110, 46.16.125, 46.16.225, 46.16.276, 46.16.060, 46.16.600, 43.17.060. 04-08-002, § 308-56A-450, filed 3/24/04, effective 4/24/04. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110. 00-04-046, § 308-56A-450, filed 1/27/00, effective 2/27/00; 92-15-024, § 308-56A-450, filed 7/6/92, effective 8/6/92; Order MV 208, § 308-56A-450, filed 7/31/74.]