How does that sound? Should you have to keep multiple copies of the law on hand to give to any person who looks at your car for sale?A. 1. The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, as part of its Virginia Vehicle Transaction Program, shall develop written materials suitable for distribution, and that may be printed on no more than two sides of an 8 1/2" x 14" sheet of paper, that set forth summaries of state and federal statutory law and reference the appropriate statutory citations addressing the purchase and possession of vehicles in the Commonwealth.
2. Each car dealer in and any other person that offers a car for sale, transfer, or exchange at booth, table, or any other fixed location at a car show shall prominently display a copy of the written materials described in subsection 1, and shall make copies of the written materials available for distribution to customers.
If they want to require that the laws be displayed at the entrance of a gun show, fine whatever (not that it will do anything). But requiring each private seller to post that sheet at every booth and keep copies for distribution is just a nuisance.
Honestly if a criminal is actually going to brave going to a gun show where there are dozens of police officers on the lookout for criminal activity and try to buy a gun, does anyone actually think that they will read that pamphlet and say "Oh shucks I guess I can't buy that gun after all." Oh wait, I'm applying logic. Sorry.