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Pay No Sales Taxes or DMV Fees on Wholesale Purchases – TriStar

Dealer License Classes Hosted Across California

✅ Buy Vehicles at Dealer-Only Auctions

✅ Run Your Own Used Car Dealer / Broker Business

✅ Obtain Generous Parts and Service Discounts

✅ Pay No Sales Tax or DMV Fees on Vehicles You Purchase

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✅ Call Today 800-901-5950

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Auction Access SCAM Retail Sales

Auction access has nothing to do with the retail sale of vehicles.

Auction access gives you the right to bid and buy vehicles
at the auctions where the dealer has registered as a dealer.

If you use this access and purchase a vehicle at auction,
you DO NOT own it. You have to pay for it but the title and sales receipt will be in the name of the dealer that gave you permission to access,
bid and purchase at the auction.

The dealer from another who has given you auction access does NOT have the right to sell cars located and sold in your state. They own the car.
You do not. The dealer is not licensed to sell cars in your state.

You as an individual would be violating the laws in your state because you are selling without a license. Licenses STOP at state lines.

Selling a vehicle at Retail in California requires a Retail Used Car Dealer License from the California DMV.

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Auction Access Anaheim



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Wholesale Draft Services

You Get Your Wholesale Used Car Dealer License

Bond, Insurance, Resale Permit, Business License & Dealer Plates

YOU CANNOT LEGALLY SELL TO THE PUBLIC

Cross the Bridge with TriStar Motors

Our Wholesale Dealer Toll is $ 250.

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Service designed for wholesale dealers

who want to sell a car to a retail buyer

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Draft Service for Wholesale Dealers.

Clean Title Only

Smog & Safety Required

DMV Registration & Sales Tax Additional

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wholesale dealers can draft retail sales thru TriStar Motors LLC

DMV Licensing Choices

All dealer license applicants must select the type of dealership they wish to create.

The choices are:

Wholesale Only

Wholesale only dealers sell from dealer to dealer, auction or dismantler, A wholesale only dealer cannot sell directly to the public. We offer drafted sale assistance for wholesale only dealers wishing to sell an inventory unit to the public.

Wholesale dealers selling 24 units per year or less require a $ 10k bond.

Wholesale dealers selling 25 units or more per year require a $ 50k bond.

Wholesale dealers do not need parking, outside or inside signs.

Zoning approval is usually simple and may allow a home based dealership if separate entrance requirements are met.

Retail

A retail license includes a wholesale license. Retail dealers are unrestricted in whom they can sell their inventory to. Retail dealerships require a commercial location with local zoning approval including assigned parking, inside and outside signs. Mixed use locations may qualify with zoning approval and separate offices. Only one dealer may occupy a USPS approved address.

All retail dealers, except motorcycles require a $ 50k bond.

AutoBroker Endorsement

Any dealer, wholesale or retail, with a $50k bond, local zoning approval and an outside sign may choose to become a licensed autobroker.

AutoBrokers may legally collect a finders fee when they bring a customer to a selling dealer. AutoBrokers must establish a trust account and have written authorization signed by the buyer to get paid. AutoBrokers may collect fees from the buyer and the selling dealer with full written disclosure. The fee is $ 125. then $75. per year

AutoBrokers are legally allowed to deliver brokered dealer inventory provided they have assigned their own dealer plate and have dealer insurance on file.

Call jonathan@autoconnection.com to broker new cars, 415-331-5983

Drafted Sales for Wholesale Only Dealers

TriStar Motors LLC as the only licensed retail dealer / broker certified to teach DMV dealer education offers wholesale dealers the ablity to draft retail sales on their retail dealer / broker license. Red Flag Certification required and fees are $ 250. per transaction. Restrictions apply.

Call joseph@gotplates.com to arrange a drafted sale, 800-901-5950.

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DMV Dealer Education Providers

TriStar Motors

Car Dealer School

Across the Golden State

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basic equipment checklist for used car dealers

DIVISION 12 SAFETY CHECKLIST

Basic Equipment Checklist
  • Safety Belts – All in good working order.
  • Headlights – 2 White headlights, both working.
  • Taillights – 2 red taillights, both working. Visible for 500 ft. to the rear, red lenses are required.
  • License Plate Lights – White rear license plate light visible for 50 ft. to the rear.
  • Rear Reflectors – 2 red reflectors on side rear fenders of vehicle, either part of taillights or separate.
  • Brake Lights – 2 brake lights, both working, visible from 500 ft. in normal daylight conditions. Red lenses are required.
  • Turn Signals – Right and left turn signals on the front and rear of vehicle. Front signals may be white or amber, rear signals may be red, yellow or amber. Must be visible from 500 ft.
  • License Plates – Front and rear plates are required, except for motorcycles and trailers.
  • Brakes – In good working order
  • Tires – No body ply or belt material exposed, no tred or sidewall separation, should have a minimum of 2/32 inches of tread. Check tire pressure.
  • Exhaust System – Good working order and constant operation. Noise and smoke restrictions apply.
  • Windows & Windshield – Clean, free from obstructions, cracks or decals.
  • Winshield Wipers – Good working wipers required
  • Rearview Mirror – Driver must be able to see at least 200 ft. behind the vehicle at all times.
  • Horn – Working horn required, must be audible from 200 ft. away.
  • Fenders – Must cover entire width of the tire tread that touches the pavement.
  • Minimum Clearance – No part of a passenger vehicle can have less clearance from the road than the lowest part of the rim of any wheel.

 

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Burbank DMV Dealer License Class by Farhan Mohammadi

Getting your used car dealer license is a process

and we help you before, during & after the car dealer class

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We are the only licensed retail dealer / brokers with a teaching license

Let us help you build your Used Car Dealer License

Let us help you find vendors to make serious money

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We have more teachers in more locations

than any other car dealer school

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DMV Certified Car Dealer Education since 1998

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Farhan Mohammadi

559-800-0813

Teaching in Fresno, Riverside, Hollywood, Ventura and Burbank

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Claudia Patton

310-216-1438

Teaching in Culver city, Hollywood, Los Angeles & Orange County

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Azita Rezaei

415-730-3137

Teaching in Fairfield, Fremont, Fresno, Bakersfield and Burbank

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Jorge Elizalde

209-985-0426

Teaching in Modesto, Tracy, Stockton, Turlock & Fresno

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Elizabeth Bertolone

408-761-0107

Teaching in Gilroy, Campbell, Salinas, & San Jose

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Iris Cervantes

619-933-6112

Teaching in La Mesa, Temecula, Riverside & San Diego

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Sony Duong

714-260-5429

Teaching in Garden Grove, Anaheim, Long Beach & Los Angeles

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Sonia Haloulos

619-647-7324

Teaching in San Diego, La Mesa, National City & Chula Vista

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WE ARE NOT THE PRETEND

CAR DEALER SCHOOL

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Private Dmv Verification Agent Classes also available

Private Dmv Registration Agent Classes also available

Private Dmv Dismantler License Classes also available

Private Dmv Renewal License Classes are also available

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ADESA Tracy Dealer Training

Do You Have A Passion for Cars?

Do You Understand The Process of Repair?

Your Knowledge Can Generate Significant Cash

Become a Licensed Wholesale Used Car Dealer

Work From Home

Pay No Sales Taxes

Avoid Registration Fees

Operate on Dealer License Plates

Fleet Insurance For Your Entire Inventory

Get Licensed

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Fresno Wholesale Dealer

Do You Have A Passion for Cars?

Do You Understand The Process of Repair?

Your Knowledge Can Generate Significant Cash

Become a Licensed Wholesale Used Car Dealer

Work From Home

Pay No Sales Taxes

Avoid Registration Fees

Operate on Dealer License Plates

Fleet Insurance For Your Entire Inventory

Get Licensed

24/7 Call Center 800-901-5950

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Riverside Auction Access

Are You Ready to Get Licensed?

California’s Oldest Certified DMV Car Dealer School

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Operate on Your Car Dealer Plates

Obtain Wholesale Car Dealer Auction Access

Pay No Sales Tax or DMV Registration Fees on Inventory

Pre-Licensed Classes Across the Golden State of California

In all of the following locations:

·Anaheim·Bakersfield·Burbank·Campbell

·Clovis·Corona·Culver City·Eureka·Fairfield

·Fremont·Fresno·Garden Grove·Gilroy·Hollywood

·La Mesa·Long Beach·Los Angeles·Modesto·Novato

·Palm Springs·RanchoCordova·Redding·Riverside

·Roseville·Sacramento·Salinas·San Diego·San Francisco

·San Jose·San Luis Obispo·San Mateo·Santa Barbara·Santa Rosa

·Sherman Oaks·Stockton·Tracy·Ventura·Visalia·Walnut Creek

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Vehicle History Report

What’s a VIN?
A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is the 17-character identifier for your car, truck, or motorcycle. It looks like this: 1VXBR12EXCP901213, and encodes the vehicle’s manufacturer, features, and serial number. No two vehicles have the same VIN, so it serves as your car’s fingerprint– this allows for all reports of accidents, title problems, insurance incidents, and more to be tracked through each vehicle’s VIN.

Through VinAudit.com, you can look up records associated with your VIN instantly:

Enter VIN:
What’s this? Example: 1VXBR12EXCP901213

Where can I find my VIN?
You can find your vehicle’s VIN in the title document, the vehicle registration, and on the insurance policy. The VIN could also be located at the following locations on the car itself:

  • On the driver’s side dashboard
    (viewable through the windshield)
  • On the driver’s side door
    (on a sticker in the door jamb)

Why would I order a VIN report?
A VIN report lets you learn about your vehicle’s history. It includes checks for whether the car has been stolen, experienced accidents, recorded as salvaged, as well as many othertitle problem checks. Ordering a VIN report before purchasing a vehicle allows you to catch potential problems and purchase with confidence.

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Personal Use Tax

When a dealer uses their dealer plate

to operate an inventory vehicle for personal use

a small amount of use tax is required per the CDTFA

Take the cost of the vehicle including reconditioning costs

use the CDTFA divisor of 40 to obtain the taxable monthly base

Report this amount for each month of use on Line 2 of the CDTFA report

and then pay the sales tax due equal to the sales tax rate at your main office

EZ

Simple

Compliance

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2021 Ca DMV License Holders

As of January 1, 2020, OL maintains files for the following licenses:

Firms

  • Dealer – 15,522
  • Lessor Retailer – 14
  • Manufacturer – 511
  • Remanufacturer – 3
  • Distributor – 90
  • Employer Testing Program – 145
  • Transporter – 130
  • Dismantler – 957
  • Registration Service – 2,684

Individuals

  • Vessel Agent – 737
  • Vehicle Verifier – 4,473
  • Salesperson – 81,096
  • Manufacturing Representative – 247
  • Distributor Representative – 655
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San Diego Dealer Training Specialists

Avoid a 6 hour sales pitch

Avoid an attorney pretending to know the business

Avoid the retired DMV inspectors who have no experience

REAL Car Dealer School began in 1998

REAL Dealers

REAL Answers

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California Auto Dealer Training & Certification

The teaching mandates

 awareness of all applicable regulations.

Our goal is to accomplish the mandate of the DMV and provide a reliable educational resource for new and existing dealers throughout California.

Our extensive background in law enforcement training made the transition to dealer education simple.

Operating an existing dealership allows us to deliver a hands on teaching experience.

Our teaching addresses the frustration some experience trying to find simple, concise answers to dealership questions.

Founded in 1998, TriStar Motors LLC.
DMV Service Provider CCC0004

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Dealer Bond Guidelines for California Car Dealers

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