Dealer-related Information in Wisconsin
Wisconsin has a few newsletters for automotive dealers, and there are links on the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicle Web page with more information and links to a number of pertinent articles.
Check out Tips and Tools for Dealers, which offers information regarding everything from electronic mailing lists to dealer listings.
Plain Dealing is the title of the quarterly automotive dealer's newsletter, distributed by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to all licensed automotive dealers. There is no fee for the newsletter and you may opt for electronic delivery by e-mail if you prefer, rather than having a hard copy mailed to you each quarter.
Back issues are kept on the website if you need to refer to them. You can sign up for e-delivery and start getting your newsletter on-line.
Here are links to the most recent back issues of Plain Dealing, all of which can be viewed using the free Adobe Reader.
All dealers need to know the specifics of the Lemon Law, and a good place to get the basics about consumer protection is our section devoted to Lemon Law and Wisconsin's interpretation of those rules.
You may also want to check out the vehicle codes for Wisconsin regarding not only the Lemon Law, but other dealer-related laws as well.
If you plan to buy or sell vehicles at auction, Wisconsin provides all the information you need.
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