A few years ago, Idaho was one of the first states to offer car rental companies.
But now, there’s a new law that makes it illegal to rent a car to a person with a criminal record.
That’s because Idaho is one of only three states that require the car rental company to verify the driver’s identity before the company will allow them to operate.
It also means that Idaho residents have to pay for a second car when they rent out their vehicles.
That means if you rent a used car, you’ll have to get rid of the car first.
Here’s how it works: Idaho requires that car rental providers verify the criminal record of the drivers they hire.
This is a relatively simple process.
First, they need to get a court order from a local district attorney.
Then, the company must check the court’s database to see if a driver with a felony conviction has ever been licensed in the state.
If they do, the person with the conviction must also submit a letter of authorization.
If the person has not, the provider must notify the county clerk of the address and telephone number of the person to whom they’re renting a car.
Then the company sends out a letter to the person asking them to show proof of identification.
If a person doesn’t have any identification, the car will be rented out to someone else.
It’s important to note that Idaho’s criminal record check is limited to those who’ve had a felony or misdemeanor conviction in the previous three years.
That includes convictions for driving while intoxicated, driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and domestic battery.
The state’s law also requires that the person who rents out their vehicle also get a copy of their driver’s license.
If that doesn’t work, the customer must get a temporary license that will be valid for 90 days.
But, if that expired, the rental company must provide the DMV with a new one within two weeks.
That new license will allow the person renting the car to drive it until the new license expires.
It’ll also give the company the right to suspend the car’s driver’s licenses and to take other steps to remove the driver from the vehicle.
A car rental service is one such business that has gotten caught up in this new law.
In October, CarRentals Boise was shut down after the state’s Department of Revenue found that the company didn’t have a driver’s permit.
A letter from the department, sent to the company’s owners, said the company was violating Idaho law by allowing its customers to rent cars out without obtaining a license.
The department also cited the fact that CarRents Boise was “a private company operating out of an apartment complex,” and that it “did not maintain a vehicle inventory.”
The letter also cited “the lack of a business entity name, an owner address, and the inability to locate a copy” of the driver license on file.
In response, Car Renters Boise filed a lawsuit against the state, arguing that the state was violating its statutory authority by refusing to issue a driver license.
In its complaint, Car Rents Boise said the state violated its own rules by not issuing licenses to any other businesses that rent out cars.
The Idaho Attorney General’s Office responded to CarRights Boise’s lawsuit by saying that the law does not apply to car rentals.
“As a result, the laws governing the licensing and registration of motor vehicles do not prohibit the rental of vehicles by individuals who rent them,” the agency said.
“However, they do prohibit the operation of vehicles for individuals who lease them.”
Car Rental Companies in Idaho Now that the court ruling is out, the law is being interpreted in different ways.
Idaho’s Attorney General said that if a car rental business is using an “individual who has been convicted of a crime, and who has failed to obtain a license, and whose driver’s privilege is revoked” then the business is still operating.
But Idaho’s Motor Vehicle Commission said that the department’s interpretation of the law was incorrect.
“The driver’s rights of a private company like CarRental Boise do not extend to the rental and use of cars by individuals with a record of a felony violation,” the commission said in a statement.
“For the purposes of this law, a private person is any person who is licensed by a state or local government or by the federal government.”
CarRrentals Boise responded to the letter by saying they’ve seen similar situations in the past.
“We have not had to remove a vehicle from the rental unit since we began our business,” said company owner Greg Korn.
“That said, we do take any situation that arises that requires us to remove our vehicles.
We have never had to do so.
It has not happened here.”