State Offers New Guidelines

By Staff Writer May 11, 2020 257

The Independent Automobile Dealers Association Of California updated its members on new guidelines for brick-and-mortar dealers who would like to perform online sales and home delivery. The announcement came from DMV in VIN memo 2020-04. 

If California dealers are not signed up to view DMV VIN memos, they are encouraged to go to the state DMV website. IADAC first began discussion of this topic with DMV in 2014 and saw little movement until recently when the COVID-19 crisis halted person to person interaction. The online sales and home delivery model became recognized as a health compliance solution for auto sales, but various items required attention as California laws were being violated by dealers practicing online sales and home delivery. 

“IADAC thanks DMV, CalSTA, CNCDA and California NMVB for their diligent efforts in this task,” said IADA Executive director  Larry Laskowski.

IADAC recommends that dealers fully understand these new guidelines to make sure they are compliant should they choose to adopt this model.

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