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Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Announces Online Vehicle Sale Process, Construction Restart Date

Marty Smith

ByMarty Smith

Apr 20, 2020
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Announces Online Vehicle Sale Process, Construction Restart Date

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Announces Online Vehicle Sale Process, Construction Restart Date, PLCB Curbside Pick Up

(STL.News) – Governor Tom Wolf announced three actions including online sales of vehicles, which will be enabled by the signing of SB 841, restart of construction projects statewide starting Friday, May 8, and curbside pickup of wine and spirits at select Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board locations.

“Over the past six weeks, Pennsylvanians have come together like never before to halt the spread of COVID-19,” said Gov. Wolf. “It has not been easy, but it has paid off.  Today, we are taking small steps toward a degree of normalcy.  We are allowing curbside pickup of phone orders at PLCB stores and auto sales will be allowed to take place online.  On May 8, construction will resume statewide.

“I want to caution that we will not be resuming operations as they were in February.  We’re going to continue to take precautions that limit our physical contact with others, and we will closely monitor this to see if it can be done safely.”

These limited steps forward will be closely observed in the coming days and weeks to ensure that they do not result in a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases, in which case the governor will use his authority under the emergency disaster declaration to resume restrictions to protect public health and safety.

Vehicle Sales May Be Conducted Online
The governor will sign Senate Bill 841 later today that approves qualified Pennsylvania notaries public to perform remote online notarizations, which will allow auto dealerships to conducted limited car sales and leasing operations through online sales, as a notary is required to complete the transaction.  Auto dealerships may continue to remain open for certain activities, such as repairs to passenger and commercial vehicles and sales of auto parts, but in-person car sales or leases are still considered non-life sustaining and remain prohibited at this time.

Construction With Strict Guidelines Resumes Friday, May 8
Public and private residential and non-residential construction may resume statewide starting Friday, May 8, in accordance with safety guidance that will be issued by the administration shortly.  Construction projects already deemed life-sustaining may continue while adhering to social distancing, personnel limits and other guidance as announced by the administration.

PLCB Begins Limited Curbside Pickup
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today began accepting orders by phone for curbside pickup at 176 locations.  Phone orders can be placed between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., or until reaching a store’s maximum order capacity each day.  Curbside pickups will be scheduled from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. within a few days of order placement.  Callers will be guided through each store’s unique inventory. There is a limit of six bottles per order, and credit cards are the only accepted form of payment.  At pickup, customers will be required to present identification before the order is delivered.

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Marty Smith

Marty Smith

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