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DEALER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Applicants applying for a used dealer or dealer-wholesale only must attend a dealer education program and pass a written examination administered by the Department of Motor Vehicles before submitting their application (11704.5 CVC).
The purpose of this program is to ensure that applicants are aware of the laws and regulations governing the operation of a used vehicle dealership in California.
• What is a Dealer Education Provider?
A dealer education program provider is a private vendor who has been authorized by the DMV to instruct potential applicants for a used vehicle dealer license on laws and regulations governing the operation of a used vehicle dealership in California. Dealer Education Provider’s are listed on our website at:

www.dmv.ca.gov/vehindustry/ol/dlr_edu_provider.htm
• Who is required to successfully complete a dealer education program?
− Sole owner
− All partners who manage the business
− A corporate officer who manages the business
• Who is not required to successfully complete a dealer education program?
− A person applying for a new vehicle dealer’s license or any employee of that dealer.
− A person who holds a valid license as an automobile dismantler, an employee of that dismantler, or an applicant for an automobile dismantler’s license.
− A person applying for a motorcycle only dealer’s license or any employee of that dealer.
− A person applying for a trailer only dealer’s license or any employee of that dealer.
− A person applying for an all-terrain only dealer’s license or any employee of that dealer.
• Where do I go after I successfully complete the dealer education class?
After successfully completing the class you will be issued a completion certiicate. You must contact a DMV Inspector in your area to take the test.

The test consists of 40 questions and must be passed with at least 70%
accuracy.
For testing appointments and information regarding a dealer’s license, please call one of the Inspectors in your area.
You must present your original completion certiicate, issued by the provider, and your current California driver’s license or California identiication card to take the test.
NOTE: Completion certiicates issued for completion of approved dealer education programs will be valid for submission with new dealer license applications for a period of only one year from the date of program completion
(268.08[b] CA Code of Regulations).
• Is there a charge to take the test?
Yes, you will be charged $16 to take the test. If you do not pass, you may retake the test after a seven (7) day waiting period.You will be charged $16 each time the test is taken.
• What if I can’t pass the test?
If, after three attempts, you cannot pass the test, you will be referred to the education provider listed on your completion certiicate to determine if additional training is needed.
• Can I submit my application before attending the dealer education class?
Applications for a used vehicle dealer’s license will not be accepted by the department without proof of completion of the used dealer education program and proof of successfully passing the examination or proof of being licensed as a vehicle dealer within the past 36 months.
• Where can I obtain application forms?
You may call at (916) 229-3126 or download the application from the Internet at www.dmv.ca.gov

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Most Commonly Used DMV Forms

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Drivers

Change of Address (PDF) (DMV 14) Click to view form instructions.

Request for Own Driver License or Vehicle Registration Record (PDF) (INF 1125) Click to view form instructions.

Traffic Accident Report (PDF) eforms Click to view form instructions.

Vehicles

Bill of Sale (PDF) (REG 135) Click to view form instructions.

Notice of Release of Liability (PDF) (REG 138) Click to view form instructions.

Application for Duplicate Title (PDF) (REG 227) Click to view form instructions.

Application for Title or Registration (REG 343) (PDF) Click to view form instructions.

Statement of Facts (PDF) (REG 256) Click to view form instructions.

Plates, Placards, and Stickers

Special Interest License Plates Application (PDF) (REG 17) Click to view form instructions.

Application for Replacement Plates, Sticker, Documents (PDF) (REG 156) Click to view form instructions.

Application for Disabled Person Parking Placard or Plates (PDF) (REG 195) Click to view form instructions.

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FAQ

Please review the following links for the latest AuctionACCESS® Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)AuctionACCESS Membership FAQ

AuctionACCESS Card FAQ

What do I get for my AuctionACCESS membership?

  • Simplified registration at more than 210 wholesale auctions and online channels across North America
  • A more secure buy and sell environment, with access limited to licensed, registered dealers and their authorized representatives
  • Exclusive offers from participating auction companies and locations
  • View registration status online, add or remove representatives on your account at any time
  • Free access to your AuctionACCESS account via myACCESS at www.auctionaccess.com
  • Exclusive offers through our affiliated programs. For the current list of offers click here.

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What additional affiliated programs/discounts can we expect from our AuctionACCESS membership?

New AuctionACCESS membership benefits and amenities from affiliate partners and participating auction companies will be added continually. AutoTec is currently investigating programs to assist our members with shipping, guidebooks, and advertising among other things.

For the latest, login to myACCESSsm at http://www.auctionaccess.com
If you do not have a myACCESSsm login, activation is easy and free with your paid membership.

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Where can I get more information?

More information can be found at http://www.auctionaccess.com
or feel free to call an AutoTec Customer Service Representative toll-free M-F, 6am to 7pm CST at 800-665-2133 in the U.S., 205-414-2700 outside the U.S.

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Where can I use my AuctionACCESS card?

You can use your AuctionACCESS card at over 210 auctions in North America. Use our map to find the one closest to you!

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I have an AuctionACCESS card, does that mean I’m registered at all auctions?

Your AuctionACCESS card simplifies the registration process at all participating auctions. However, since each auction operates independently they each have their own business procedures and requirements. In order to register with a new auction you plan to visit please choose one of the following three options:

  • Pre-Register with the auction by using myACCESSsm.
  • Contact the auction you wish to attend prior to the sale and provide them with your AuctionACCESS number.
  • Register with the auction on the day of the sale using your AuctionACCESS card.

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My AuctionACCESS card doesn’t work, what should I do?

There are several reasons that an AuctionACCESS card might stop working. They include:

  • You are not registered at the auction at which you are trying to use the card. In this case, you will need to stop by Dealer Registration so that the auction can activate you.
  • The Dealer License or other required document for your dealership has expired since your last visit to an auction. Some auctions will temporarily deactivate a dealership under these conditions. Stop by Dealer Registration to resolve the situation.
  • Your status at the auction will not permit you to buy or sell until speaking with an auction representative in Dealer Registration. Stop by Dealer Registration to resolve the situation.
  • You’ve reported the card lost or stolen. If you find a card that you had previously reported as lost or stolen, throw it away and wait for your new card. A lost card is permanently deactivated immediately upon AutoTec’s notification of a lost or stolen card.
  • The magnetic stripe on the back of the card is dirty. An alcohol swab will clean the stripe and usually resolves this problem.
  • The magnetic stripe has been demagnetized. You will need to request a new card. You can do this in any auction’s Dealer Registration department.

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Why do you require a form of photo identification?

One of the outcomes of the tragedy of September 11th has been an increased government requirement for businesses to “know their customers”. To assist our customers with this requirement, we require a valid form of photo identification to help them recognize their buyers and sellers. Using the photo as well as the identification number from the photo identification provides the auction with the information they need to stay in government compliance. It also helps protect you against possible identity theft. Valid forms of photo identification are a state or province issued driver’s license, a state or province issued “official identification” card, a U.S., Canadian or Mexican passport, or a Mexican voter registration card.

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Is it safe to use this site for my personal information?

myACCESSsm uses an industry standard encryption scheme for all your information. Encryption helps protect your private information so that a third party cannot read it. Encryption is the scrambling of information for online transmissions back and forth between two points. AutoTec’s goal is to keep your information safe. When you fill out an online registration form or provide personal information, you transmit this information to AutoTec over the Internet. Accessing your AuctionACCESS dealership or representative information online also involves Internet transmissions between your computer and AutoTec. All online transmissions are encrypted. The effectiveness or level of security, for encryption is measured in terms of bits. 128-bit encryption is the industry standard encryption scheme currently in use. myACCESSsm requires a browser that can support 128-bit encryption.

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I’m not comfortable providing my information over the Internet. What should I do?

You can either visit any of our subscribing auctions and register there, or contact one of our Customer Service Representatives by phone at 800-665-2133 (from the US or Canada)
or 205-414-2700.

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My dealership information is all wrong. What should I do?

You can choose any one of three solutions for this problem:

  • Correct the information online by using myACCESSsm.
  • Contact our Customer Service Department by phone at 800-665-2133 (from the US or Canada)
    or 205-414-2700.
  • Request assistance at any of our subscribing customer locations.

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My personal information is all wrong. What should I do?

You can choose any one of three solutions for this problem:

  • Correct the information online by using myACCESSsm.
  • Contact our Customer Service Department by phone at 800-665-2133 (from the US or Canada)
    or 205-414-2700.
  • Request assistance at any of our subscribing customer locations.

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My name is spelled wrong on my card. What should I do?

Use myACCESSsm to correct your name. Be sure to request a new card after making the correction. The new card will be sent to the auction you specified for delivery within 2 weeks.

Request assistance at any of our subscribing customer locations.

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This is a fantastic time to buy a used car

 By Jeanette Pavini

With the average price of used cars at a four-year low and the proliferation of certified preowned programs offered by car makers, this is a great time to be shopping for a used car. But you need to be well-prepared to get your money’s worth when you drive off the lot.

Some of the best news for used-car shoppers is that pent-up demand is driving up sales of new cars. New-car sales are rebounding strongly and Edmunds.com experts say that trend will continue next year. Plus, the number of expiring leases also is increasing. All this points to a bigger inventory of used cars.


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It also means some models are sitting on the lots a bit longer, and the prices are going down. According to Edmunds.com, the average price for used cars in the third quarter was $15,617, the lowest it has been in four years.

If you’re after a Volvo, GMC or Chevrolet, then you’re in luck. According to Edmunds.com, those three brands sat on lots longer than others and therefore typically carried a lower price. But if you’re after a Honda, Toyota or Lexus, you may find an above-average price. These cars were most popular in the third quarter.

While timing and prices are important, there is also work to be done before you buy a used car, whether it’s from a dealer or an individual. Don’t just drive the car around the block. Give the car a thorough test drive on highways and hills.

Look for an inspection checklist like this used-car work sheet from DMV.org. It reminds you of all the things you need to do, like bringing a CD to test the car stereo, checking the windshield wipers, and making sure the car manual is in the glove department.

Research before you shop. Use a site like Edmunds.com, Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com orTrueCar.com to estimate the value of the car. This will help you determine a fair price before you go into negotiations.

You may also want to research typical repair and maintenance costs for the vehicle you’re interested.

Some cars are far more expensive to fix and maintain than others, so even if you get a low price, you might still be paying big bucks in the long run. You can use calculators like Edmunds.com’s True Cost to Own feature. It calculates a variety of factors including maintenance and repairs to determine how much your vehicle will actually cost you. Also, check with your insurance company to see if your insurance will go up.

The Federal Trade Commission recommends checking an independent database service to review a vehicle’s history. They suggest the Justice Department’s National Motor Vehicle Title Information System. There is a small fee to receive a report, ranging from about $2.95 to $12.99. per report.

This service is good for more than just cars. You can find reports on buses, trucks, motorcycle, RVs, motor homes—even tractors. The report covers information about the vehicle’s title, odometer, and some damage history.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau has a free database where you enter a car’s vehicle identification number, or VIN, and can access a car’s history to see if it has been reported as a stolen but not recovered car, or a salvage vehicle. According to the NICB, the vehicles stolen the most often in 2012 were the Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Ford full-size pickup, Chevrolet full-size pickup, and Toyota Camry.

The FTC also suggests checking with a local consumer protection agency or your state’s attorney general’s office to find out if a dealer has any unresolved complaints.

The so-called Used Car Rule requires dealers to post a buyer’s guide in each used car (with the exception of dealers in Maine and Wisconsin). It must state whether a vehicle is being sold “as is” or under warranty, including how much of the repairs a dealer will cover under that warranty. Among other things, it will also tell you to have the car inspected by an independent mechanic before you purchase it. This is advice you should definitely take.

And finally, in many states you can purchase the right to a “cooling-off period.” You pay a fee based on the purchase price and if for any reason you change your mind, you have the right to bring the car back within a specified time period. Alternately, some states don’t have cooling-off periods, so check with your state’s motor vehicle department.

Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist, documentarian and author Jeanette Pavini covers consumer and investigative news for numerous publications, radio and television. Jeanette is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.