Once you obtain a dealership license you immediately face a tangle of rules and regulations. To assist you in keeping legally abreast, DMV.org has authored a dealer-related information page full of current state legislation laws regarding dealership business practices.
On this page you'll find a comprehensive list of regulations touching on Lemon Laws, misleading advertising, warranty agreements, pricing, documentation fees, and more.
Keeping aware of these regulations is imperative for the long-term health of your business, especially since they are all carefully monitored by Motor Vehicle boards and state Attorneys General who hold the power to suspend dealership licenses.
To make it easy for you to follow, all the facts are presented free of any mind-numbing legal speak. The information is written in a concise tone that does not require an attorney to decipher for you. And in many instances, phone numbers and Web page links are also provided in case you have further questions.
If you're in the car business, DMV.org can get you in the know.
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