§ 112.12  PERMIT MAY BE REVOKED; GROUNDS.
   (A)   The Director may revoke the permit issued on any or all wreckers belonging to a permittee on any of the following grounds:
      (1)   If a permit was produced by fraudulent conduct or false statement of a material fact or a fact concerning applicant not disclosed at the time of the granting of the permit;
      (2)   If the permittee or any of his or her agents, servants or employees arrives at the scene of an accident in violation of the provisions of this chapter;
      (3)   If the permittee or any of his or her agents, servants or employees solicit any business in violation of the provisions of this chapter;
      (4)   The permittee or an employee of the permittee has been convicted for a violation of any of the requirements of this chapter or has violated any of the rules and regulations as established by the Director; or
      (5)   If the permittee has been convicted of a felony or other offense involving moral turpitude.
   (B)   The revocation of the permit shall terminate all authority and permission heretofore granted. Any person whose permit has been revoked shall not be eligible to again apply for a permit for a period of one year from the date of revocation.
(2005 Code, § 6-4-12)