Dealers HandbookPeople who earn their living as car dealers have a lot to learn―and they come under careful scrutiny by the state to make sure they are following exacting rules and regulations.
If you are a current car dealer or you plan to become one in the future, you’ll want to find out what is required in your state. DMV.org puts together the information you need to succeed as an up-to-date (and up and up) vehicle dealer.
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