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An autobroker’s endorsement requires payment of fees as required by subdivision (d) of Section 9262 of the California Vehicle Code.

A dealer may not engage in brokering a retail sales transaction without having an autobroker’s endorsement to their dealer’s license.

Upon issuance of an autobroker’s endorsement to a dealer’s license, the department shall furnish the dealer with an autobroker’s log.  The autobroker’s log remains the property of the department and may be taken at any time for inspection.

The autobroker’s log must contain the following information with respect to each retail sale brokered by that dealer:

  • Vehicle identification number of brokered vehicle
  • Date of brokering agreement
  • Selling dealer’s name, address, and dealer number
  • Name of consumer
  • Brokering dealer’s name, address, and dealer number (CVC Section 11735)

A dealer who brokers a motor vehicle sale shall deposit directly into a trust account any purchase money, including purchase deposits, it receives from a consumer or a consumer’s lender.

  • All trust accounts required by CVC Section 11737 shall be maintained at a branch of a bank, savings and loan association, or credit union regulated by the state or the government of the United States.

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Phone: 1-714-588-1511
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X Best Solutions
Phone: 1-619-546-4064
X X X X X Motorsports Market On-Line Courses, Live Classes and Home Study
Phone: 1-800-980-1967
Internet: www.motorsportsmarket.com
X X X X X Automotive Systems Analysis
Phone: 1-800-564-0984
Internet: www.autosystemsanalysis.com
X X X X X TriStar Motors, LLC
Phone: 1-800-901-5950
Internet: www.gotplates.com
X X 24-7 Dealer Training Specialists
Phone: 1-951-833-8398
Internet: www.24-7dealerclass.com
X X California Auto Dealer Education
Phone: 1-661-871-3311
Internet: www.cadeclasses.com
X Central Valley Dealers
Licensing Renewal Service
Phone: 1-209-333-0900
Email: chuckwentland@aol.com
X Superior Vehicle Dealer Training Institute
Phone: 1-949-305-8402
Internet: www.superiorbonds.com
X X Inland Empire/Orange County Dealer School
Phone: 1-909-880-1380
Internet: www.bigcardealer.com
X X X Dealer Training Experts of Northern California
Phone: 1-408-910-3876
Internet: www.dealersclass.com
X X X X X Dealer Intel
Phone: 1-415-613-4754
Internet: www.dealerintel.com
X X X X X $85 Dealer Education
Phone: 1-951-541-8390
Internet: www.waynesinsurance.com
X X X X Los Angeles Dealer School
Phone: 1-310-227-6920
Internet: www.dealerclass.com
*X Dealer License Seminars of San Diego
Phone: 1-619-665-6440
Internet: www.dealerseminars.com
X X X X X Golden State Educational Services
Phone: 1-916-395-7004
Internet: www.goldenstateeducation.com
X X Dealer Lessons
Phone: 1-877-772-3332
Internet: www.dealerlessons.com
X X X X X Dealer Education Services
Phone: 1-888-323-0031
Internet: www.dealereducation.com
X X Coffer Dealer Education
Phone: 1-888-694-1444
Internet: www.cofferdealereducation.com
X Cesar Carrascos Dealer Licensing Seminars
Phone: 1-619-474-0477
Internet: www.carrascogroup.com
X Colby Learning Center of San Diego
Phone: 1-619-559-5748
Email: colbylearning@aol.com
X X Dealers Support Group
Phone: 1-818-758-9951
Internet: www.dealerssupport.com
X Online Auto Dealer ED
Phone: 1-877-724-6150
Internet: www.onlineautodealered.com
X California Accredited Dealer Education
Phone: (714) 300-4148
Email:: cadeclass@aol.com

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**Continuing Education only

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Successfully suing used vehicle dealers can be tricky. Unlike new vehicle dealers, who are usually somewhat dependent upon their reputation in the community for honesty, a fair percentage of used vehicle dealers don’t have a good reputation to start with and survive by becoming experts at self-protection.

The principal self-protection device employed by used vehicle dealers is the “as is” designation in the written sales contract. The salesperson may praise a car to the sky, but when you read the contract, you will see it clearly stated that the seller takes absolutely no responsibility for the condition of the vehicle and that it is sold “as is.”

To successfully sue a used car dealer, you must be able to prove that:

  • you suffered a financial loss (this is not hard if you had to pay for repairs), and
  • the dealer is legally responsible for your damages.

This second point is often harder to prove. Almost surely, the used car dealer will testify that he or she had no way of knowing how long a ten-year-old Dodge would last and that, for this very reason, the car was sold “as is.” The dealer will then show the judge the written contract that not only contains the “as is” designation, but also “this written contract is the entire agreement between the parties and no oral statements or representations made by the dealer or any salesperson are part of the contract.”

How can you fight this sort of cynical semi-fraud? It’s difficult to do after the fact. The time for self-protection is before you buy a vehicle, when you have the opportunity to have it checked by an expert and to get a vehicle history report. There are a lot of online resources for checking a vehicle’s history, particularly if you have the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). In addition, you have the opportunity to refuse to close the deal unless the salesperson’s claims about the great condition of the car are put in the contract. Of course, after the damage has been done, good advice such as this isn’t worth much. If you have just been cheated on a used car deal, you want to know what, if anything, you can do now. Here are some suggestions.

Your state’s lemon law may apply to used vehicles. In some states, the lemon law applies to used as well as new cars. Check to see if your situation is covered.

Argue fraud. If the car broke almost immediately after you took it out of the used car lot, you can file in small claims court and argue that you were defrauded. Your theory is that, no matter what the written contract said, there was a clear implication that you purchased a car, not a junk heap. When the dealer produces the “as is” contract you signed, argue that it is no defense to fraud.

Did the dealer make promises? If the dealer made any promises, either in writing or orally, about the good condition of the vehicle, he or she may be required to live up to them. Why? Because statements about a product that you rely on as part of deciding whether to purchase the product constitute an express warranty that the dealer breaches if the promise turns out to be a lie. This is true even if the seller had you sign a contract with an “as is” statement that disclaims all warranties, because an “as is” statement does not disclaim an express warranty if one is made. The key to winning this sort of case is to produce a witness to the dealer’s laudatory statements about the vehicle, copies of ads that state the car is in good shape, and anything else that will back up your story.

There also may be an implied warranty. There are two types of implied warranties. One type–the implied warranty of fitness–means that the vehicle is warranted to work for a particular purpose (say, consistency). The more common implied warranty is for merchantability. Here, you would argue that the car you bought was so defective that it didn’t meet the reasonable standards expected of even a used car.

A radical remedy: Give the car back and stop payment. You may consider having the car towed back to the lot and then refusing to make future payments. This option should be considered only in an extreme situation, but it does shift the burden of taking legal action to the other side, at which point you can defend on the basis of fraud (see above). If you take this approach, be sure you have excellent documentation that the car was below any reasonable expectations. And be sure to write a letter detailing the circumstances surrounding your extreme difficulties with the dealer, along with a convincing statement that, taken as a whole, the dealer’s conduct amounts to consumer fraud. Send copies to the dealer and the bank or finance company to whom you pay your loan. Of course, you will probably have already made a down payment, so even in this situation you may wish to initiate action in small claims court to try to recover it.

Your credit rating will suffer. If you stop making payments, it will appear as a default on your credit report and will affect your credit score significantly, so think very carefully before choosing this course of action.

How to find signs of fraud. If you really suspect that you have been defrauded, have your car checked by an experienced mechanic who will be willing to write a letter explaining the findings. If the mechanic can find affirmative evidence that you were cheated, you will greatly improve your small claims case. The mechanic might, for example, find that the speedometer had been tampered with in violation of state law, or that a heavy grade of truck oil had been put in the crankcase so that the car wouldn’t belch smoke. Also, this is the sort of case where subpoenaing documents might help. Specifically, you might wish to subpoena the car dealer’s records, including any that indicate the dealer’s purchase price and the condition of the car when it was purchased. It might also be helpful to learn the name of the car’s former owner, with the idea of contacting that person. You can also check the car’s history through an online service (search the Internet for “vehicle history”), which can tell you whether the car was stolen or salvaged, or was used as a rental or a taxi.

Consider other remedies besides small claims court. These can include checking with your state department of consumer affairs or the local department of motor vehicles to see if used car lots are regulated. In many states, the department of motor vehicles licenses used car dealers and can be very helpful in getting disputes resolved, particularly where your complaint is one of many against the same dealer for similar practices. Also, contact your district attorney’s office. Most now have a consumer fraud division, which can be of great help. If you can convince someone at the fraud division that what happened to you smells rotten, or if your complaint happens to be against someone they have already identified as a borderline criminal, they will likely call the used car dealer in for a chat. In theory, the D.A.’s only job is to bring a criminal action, which will be of no direct aid in getting your money back, but in practice, negotiations can often result in restitution. In plain words, this means that the car dealer may be told, “Look, you’re right on the edge of the law here (or maybe over the edge). If you clean up your act, which means taking care of all complaints against you and seeing that there are no more, we will close your file. If you don’t, I suggest you hire a good lawyer, because you are going to need one.”

by: Ralph Warner

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Couple Arrested After Unknowingly Buying Stolen Car

Salesman says he’ll issue a refund “as soon as I get the money.”

After seeing a good deal for a used BMW on Craigslist, an Orange County couple bought the car from the seller only to be handcuffed for driving a stolen vehicle. John Cádiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.

 Farrah and Tom Johnson filled out a contract and paid $3,700 cash to buy a clean, used 2001 BMW 325i from a man who seemed professional.

“I was all excited to have this nice BMW,” Farrah Johnson said. “It seemed like a good price for the mileage.”

For a few days, they were happy with their purchase – until police officers pulled them over.

It turned out that they had bought a stolen car. And when they went back to the business that had sold it to them, they found just the empty husk of the shop they had visited just days earlier.

The dealership was not licensed to do business. The salesman was nowhere to be found.

Experts said that the Johnsons could have avoided their predicament by insisting on a pink slip. The couple said the salesman promised he would mail it after he took care of some final paperwork issues.

NBC4′s John Cadiz Klemack spoke over the phone with the salesman, Ramon Vladimir Torres Quiroz, who said he has sold 200 cars and received no complaints.

“Don’t judge me yet,” Quiroz said.

He said he plans to issue the Johnsons a refund.

“I’m working on it,” he said. “As soon as I get the money, I’ll get them their money back.”

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Agents on Tuesday, Oct. 29, served a search warrant at one of the homes of the owners of A-One Auto Center in Riverside and San Bernardino. The business has been closed, as part of a state sales tax fraud investigation.

Customers who have unresolved issues over title work, registration and financing from vehicles they bought, traded in or had serviced at A-One Auto Center can file a report with the California Department of Motor Vehicles, an agency spokesman said.

“We placed the owners out of business, due to the enforcement action’’ by the state Board of Equalization and Franchise Tax Board, said DMV spokesman Artemio Armenta.

Although the Department of Motor Vehicles has not been involved in enforcement of the case, Armenta said the agency is involved from an administrative standpoint. He offered this reason: The A-One Auto centers in Riverside and San Bernardino are being treated as an abandoned location.

Nader Sami, 45, and Ahmad Sami, 38, both of Riverside, were arrested Oct. 29 during a raid by state agents investigating alleged sales tax evasion and fraud.

The two, each being held in Riverside county jail on $2.6 million bail, are accused to failure to pay $2.53 million in state taxes on sales of more than $124 million from Jan. 1, 2006 through June 30 of this year.

“Any customer with pending paperwork or other matters of concern can go to the DMV website and file an ‘INV 172’ complaint form,” Armenta said. “DMV investigators will look into these matters.’’

Alleged fraud cases the DMV investigation division look into include odometer fraud, overcharged DMV fees, non-transfer of registration to the buyer within 60 days and violations of the sales finance act.

The motor vehicle department declines to discuss specific cases.

Since the raid, A-One Auto customers have raised questions about the status of cars they traded in with unpaid balances, or the status of their registration and title work. One customer, who signed a purchase agreement, said he never drove the car off the lot.

Alan Horita, manager of a Chula Vista area finance company, said one of their customers may be affected. “He traded in his vehicle thinking the dealer would pay off the finance company,’’ Horita wrote, and asked: “Do you know who we can contact to find out how we can find out where is our vehicle?”

Armenta said the role of the Motor Vehicle unit that conducts criminal or administrative investigations does not obtain a financial judgment or award for the person who filed the complaint. However, it was pointed out that one avenue for monetary compensation would be through restitution ordered by a judge presiding over a criminal case.

One can also pursue a separate civil case to recover financial losses.

Since A-One Auto was out of business as of Nov. 4, Armenta wrote that a claim may also be filed with the company’s performance bond-holder of record, which is Great American Insurance Co., P.O. Box 2119, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45201. State law requires a licensed dealer to carry a bond in the amount of $50,000.

The Samis bail hearing is set for Nov. 26 in Riverside County Superior Court.

Follow Debra Gruszecki on Twitter @DebInPalmSprngs and check her blog on pe.com/business

To learn more, visit:

California Department of Motor Vehicles website, www.dmv.ca.gov

Nearest DMV Investigations district office: 6292 Rivercrest Drive, Ste. A, Riverside

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GLOSSARY OF CAR DEALER TERMS

Cap Cost: this is the sale price you negotiate for that new car you want to lease; unless there’s a waiting list a mile long, this is not the same as the MSRP.

Certified: means the car has been cleaned and checked out by the dealer. Remember: only factory certified cars have the backing of the manufacturer.

Credit Report: a detailed explanation of your borrowing and bill-paying history, not to be confused with your… (See Credit Score.)

Credit Score: a three-digit number that expresses your creditworthiness. This number gives lenders a good idea of how likely you are to pay your bills.

“Cup Holder Factor”: Is your chosen car a good physical fit for you? Does the seatbelt hit your shoulder, or are you chewing on it? Do the seats and steering wheel adjust for your height and weight? Is there enough headroom? Legroom? Are there any blind spots? Are the controls and accessories logically placed and easy to locate? And, the inevitable, will the cup holder accommodate your double decaf grande latte? All this factors in to a good deal.

Curb Appeal: means cleaning up your car to make it look ten times better than it ever did while you were driving it—to entice potential buyers.

Dealer: Someone who is licensed to sell you a car, and abides by all the appropriate auto industry rules and regulations, or so you hope.

Dealer Cost: is the dealer invoice minus a whole bunch of stuff like incentives, environmental packages, advertising fees, and more. This is what the dealer actually paid for the car.

Dealer Invoice (Invoice): The price the dealer wants you to believe he paid for the car, when chances are, he really paid much less. (See Dealer Cost.)

Depreciation: The reduced value of the car after you buy it, or that portion of the car you “use” over the course of a lease.

The “Desk”: the sales manager

Extended warranty: This is also referred to as a service contract. It is an option you may purchase on a new, and some used cars. The extended warranty should cover car repairs over a longer period than the manufacturer’s warranty, which comes with the car. But beware: it’s a high-profit item for a dealer—cheaper ones are available online.

Four-Square Easy Sheets: easy sheets designed to combine all elements of the deal- the purchase price, trade-in, monthly payments and down payment. Don’t do it! Keep all items separate!

Holdback: An amount the manufacturer pays the dealer for each car sold of a particular make. Also referred to as a “kickback.”

Idiot- What you are if you don’t use AutoIdiot’s “Don’t Be an Idiot!” car-buying system before you buy, sell, or lease a car!

“In the Box”: In the salesperson’s cubicle.

Incentives: Money or other special deals that entice you to buy a vehicle.

Invoice (Dealer’s Invoice): The price the dealer wants you to believe he paid for the car, when chances are, he really paid much less. (See Dealer Cost.)

Lay-down: a customer who takes any deal the salesperson offers.

Leasing: is when you pay a low monthly fee to drive a fully warrantied, brand new car every two years or so, but you don’t actually own the car.

Mileage Allowance- the amount of miles per year you’re allowed to drive on a lease. Better not go over: the fees can be quite painful.

Money Factor: used for leases, this is kind of the same thing as an interest rate on a loan, only much more complicated.

MSRP: Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price

Options: These are extras you can have added to a standard vehicle, and usually come in packages.

Rebate: money you get back after you buy the car.

Recall: If a car model has a defect, a manufacturer may issue a “recall” notice, meaning that the defect will be fixed at the manufacturer’s expense.

Repossession: If you don’t make your car loan payments, you may get a visit from the Repo-man: the finance company that gave you the loan has every right to come and take your T-Bird away.

Residual Value: The amount a leased car is predicted to be worth after your lease is up

Rollover: this is when the dealer takes the loan from your old car and magically rolls it over into the loan for your new car. Don’t do it! You’ll be paying off two cars on the same bill!

Rustproofing: Meant to hold off body erosion, rustproofing is an unnecessary extra that a lot of car dealers push.

Salvaged or Rebuilt Title: when a car has been previously totaled, the title is marked “salvaged”. Often, these cars are dolled up and their titles are “rebuilt”, or laundered back to normal. You do not want one of these cars!

Service contract: Also called an “extended warranty,” it supplements the manufacturer’s warranty, which comes with a vehicle you purchase. A service contract is a high-profit item for the dealer. Make sure it offers substantially more than the standard warranty.

Subvent: This is when the manufacturers need to unload a certain kind of car so they inflate or “subvent” the residual value to entice you to sign up for a lease.

Target Price: the fair and reasonable price for a vehicle.

Test Drive: That’s when you take the car out for a spin- and check everything from the engine to the tires to the “Cup Holder Factor” to make sure it’s the car for you.

Title Search or Title History: gives you the lowdown on a car’s potentially sordid past. Shows a vehicle’s ownership history by using its VIN. Always do a title search if you’re buying a used car.

Upside Down: means you owe more on your car than it’s actually worth.

VIN: Vehicle Identification Number, every car’s got one.

The 5 W’s: system for advertising your car: Window (of the car), Word-of-mouth, Work (or anywhere potential buyers congregate), Wall Street Journal (really just refers to any newspaper advertisement), World Wide Web.

The Walkaround: this is when you—that’s right– walk around the car and check it out.

Warranty: is a guarantee that certain mechanical problems and body parts will be fixed if they aren’t in proper working condition. The warranty is usually limited, so make sure you know what’s included- and especially what’s not. Check online for cheaper warranties—this is a big money-maker for a dealership.

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Assembly Bill No. 1215
Passed the Assembly September 2, 2011
Chief Clerk of the Assembly
Passed the Senate August 30, 2011
Secretary of the Senate
Private Secretary of the Governor
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An act to amend, repeal, and add Sections 2982 and 2985.8 of
the Civil Code, and to amend, repeal, and add Sections 4456, 5202,
11713.1, and 11713.21 of, and to add Sections 4456.4, 4456.5,
and 11713.26 to, the Vehicle Code, relating to vehicles.
legislative counsel’s digest
AB 1215, Blumenfield. Vehicles: electronic processing of
documents: titling and registration.
(1) Existing law imposes specified licensing and regulatory
requirements on dealers of motor vehicles and requires that
specified fees and charges be disclosed in a conditional sales
contract for the purchase of a motor vehicle. Existing law also
prohibits any person from driving, moving, or leaving upon a
highway any motor vehicle subject to registration under the Vehicle
Code, unless it is registered and the appropriate fees have been
paid under that code, and existing law authorizes the Department
of Motor Vehicles to establish contracts for electronic programs
that allow qualified industry partners to join the department in
providing services that include processing and payment programs
for vehicle registration and titling transactions.
Existing law makes it a violation of the Vehicle Code for the
holder of any vehicle dealer’s license to commit specified actions,
including, to advertise the total price of a vehicle without including
all costs to the purchaser at the time of sale, except taxes, vehicle
registration fees, the California tire fee, as defined, emission testing
fees not exceeding $50, actual fees charged for certificates, finance
charges, and any dealer document preparation charge, and prohibits
the dealer document preparation charge from exceeding $55.
This bill would, beginning July 1, 2012, revise and recast these
provisions and would require a motor vehicle sold or leased by a
new motor vehicle dealer to be registered by the dealer using
electronic programs provided by a qualified private industry
partner, would require the dealer to disclose any document
processing charge or electronic registration or transfer charge, and
would establish the charges that a dealer may charge the purchaser
or lessee of a vehicle.

The bill would, after October 1, 2012, make it a violation of the
Vehicle Code for the holder of a dealer’s license to sell or lease a
new motor vehicle unless the dealer has a contractual agreement
with the department to be a private industry partner, except as
specified. The bill would make other conforming changes to these
provisions.
The bill would, beginning July 1, 2012, prohibit a dealer from
displaying or offering for sale at retail a used vehicle unless the
dealer first obtains a vehicle history report from the National Motor
Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS). If the NMVTIS
report indicates that the vehicle is or has been a junk or salvage
automobile, or the vehicle has been reported as such by a junk or
a salvage yard, or an insurance carrier, or the certificate of title
contains a brand, the bill would require the dealer to post a
specified disclosure and provide the retail purchaser with a copy
of the report upon request prior to sale. These requirements
associated with obtaining a NMVTIS vehicle history report would
become inoperative if all NMVTIS data providers cease to make
these reports available to the public.
(2) Because this bill would create new crimes, the bill would
impose a state-mandated local program.
(3) The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse
local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by
the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that
reimbursement.
This bill would provide that no reimbursement is required by
this act for a specified reason.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
SECTION 1. The Legislature finds and declares all of the
following:

(a) There are more than 30 million vehicles registered in the
State of California. Maintenance by the Department of Motor
Vehicles of accurate registration records for those vehicles is of
vital importance to registered owners, legal owners that hold liens
on vehicles, law enforcement agencies that police vehicles, tax
collection agencies that collect taxes and fees assessed on vehicles,
and pollution control agencies that regulate emissions produced
by vehicles.

(b) As authorized by the Legislature in 2001, the department
administers the Business Partner Automation Program, pursuant
to Section 1685 of the Vehicle Code, to improve the quality of
registration products and services by licensing qualified private
industry partners to provide secure electronic portals to licensed
dealers and registration services so that they may perform required
registration tasks electronically.

(c) Electronic vehicle registration under the Business Partner
Automation Program results in multiple benefits. The department
benefits through increased accuracy of records that are recorded
and transmitted electronically and also benefits through processing
efficiencies that reduce wait times in field offices for nonelectronic
transactions. Electronic registration also aids law enforcement,
other government agencies, and consumers by accelerating the
issuance of permanent license plates from a period of weeks or
months to days.

(d) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this act to further
increase the registration benefits and efficiencies of the
department’s Business Partner Automation Program by requiring
all eligible vehicles sold or leased by a new motor vehicle dealer
to be registered electronically. It is also the intent of the Legislature
that the department continues to improve and expand the quality
and efficiency of the Business Partner Automation Program to
permit existing department personnel to increase customer service
in other areas without a workforce reduction.

SEC. 2. The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:

(a) The electronic National Motor Vehicle Title Information
System (NMVTIS) is a national federally mandated vehicle history
database maintained by the United States Department of Justice
to ensure that states, law enforcement agencies, and consumers
have access to vehicle titling, branding, and other information that
enable them to verify the accuracy and legality of motor vehicle
titles before transfer or registration of the vehicle occurs.

(b) According to a cost-benefit analysis commissioned by the
United States Department of Justice, full implementation of
NMVTIS will save the American public between $4.3 billion and
$11.7 billion by helping to curb automobile-related salvage fraud,
theft, and related crimes.

(c) All automobile insurers, self-insured entities, salvage pools,
automobile auctions, and recyclers, are required to report vehicles
that are deemed a total loss to NMVTIS and update the data at
least every 30 days.

(d) According to NMVTIS, 87 percent of departments of motor
vehicle titling data from the entire United States, including all of
the California Department of Motor Vehicles titling data, is
currently represented in NMVTIS and the database is expanding
daily.

(e) Federal law provides that NMVTIS must be supported
through user fees from government and private users and may not
be dependent on federal funding. The NMVTIS operator is
authorized to assess and collect user fees not to exceed the cost of
operating the system, not permitting any profits to be made by the
operator. Federal funding and investments by the NMVTIS
operator account for over $40 million in support of operations
since 1997. Fees to state government users are not projected to be
adequate to provide sufficient revenue to defray all anticipated
operating costs. It is crucial to the success of NMVTIS that new
applications be developed to generate sufficient nonstate
government user fees so that NMVTIS may continue its operations.

(f) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting Section 17 of
this act to ensure that every motor vehicle dealer licensed in this
state obtain a NMVTIS vehicle history report for every used vehicle
that will be offered for retail sale and that any used vehicle that
has been titled or reported as salvage or junk as indicated by the
NMVTIS vehicle history report be identified as such. By becoming
the first and largest state in the country to require the use of
NMVTIS vehicle history reports by dealers in retail used vehicle
transactions, this act will not only benefit the California consumer,
it will also strengthen and financially support NMVTIS.

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