5J-24.002. Registration  


Effective on Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • 1(1) 2In accordance with s6ection 7526.51, F.S., 9each brake fluid brand/formula combination shall be registered or renewed annually or biennially with the department prior to being sold (as that term is referenced in section 36526.50(3), F.S.38). Registrant shall make application on FDACS-03212, Brake Fluid Registration Application, Rev. 02/19, hereby incorporated by reference. Copies of this form may be accessed at 63http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-1082565. Application shall be made by the owner of the brand name or, pursuant to section 81526.51(1)(a), F.S., 83by an applicant providing an affidavit from the brand name owner authorizing applicant to make application for registration. Upon successful registration, pursuant to section 107526.51, F.S., 109and this rule chapter, the department shall permit the brake fluid brand/formula combination authorizing the sale (as the term is referenced in section 132526.50(3), F.S.134) of the specified brake fluid brand/formula combination in this state for the permit period.

    149(2) 150Application for renewal shall be made on 157FDACS-03212, Brake Fluid Registration Application, Rev. 02/19, as incorporated in subsection (1) of this rule. If any one or more components of the application package and/or associated registration elements are received after the current permit expiration date, a late fee of $25 shall be added to the renewal fee. Upon successful renewal of registration, pursuant to section 214526.51, F.S., 216and this rule chapter, the department shall permit the renewed brake fluid brand/formula combination authorizing the sale (as that term is referenced in section 240526.50(3), F.S.242) of the specified brake fluid brand/formula combination in this state for the permit period.

    257(3) Any unregistered brand of brake fluid that was registered in the immediately preceding registration period and has not been or is not currently in the process of being renewed shall be disposed of by the registrant within 30 days of registration expiration. Disposal shall be the responsibility of the registrant and in a manner as prescribed below. If the product has been placed under stop sale order by the department, it must be released by the department prior to the execution of any disposal method. Acceptable disposal methods:

    346(a) Removal of all unregistered brake fluid product from this state, not to be sold (as that term is referenced in section 368526.50(3), F.S.370) again in this state until successful registration has been completed, or;

    382(b) Donation of product to a non-profit organization for consumption may be allowed as long as all donated product has not been adulterated and meets all specifications for quality and labeling for brake fluid products, as prescribed in section 421526.52, F.S., 423and this rule chapter.

    427Rulemaking Authority 429526.53(4), 430570.07(23) FS. 432Law Implemented 434526.51, 435526.52, 436526.53 FS. 438History–New 2-26-14, Formerly 4415F-6.002, 442Amended 8-8-19.