fresh25

Mount Laurel, NJ

#21 Mar 7, 2010
WANNABEASELLA wrote:
I NEVER REALIZED HOW HARD IT WAS TO GET INTO THIS LUCRATIVE INDUSTRY.ALOT TO DETER YOU.IF YA WANNA PLAY THEN YA GOTTA PAY.I AM GONNA DO IT JUST TO DO IT PART TIME.ANY WAY TO BUY A LIC.,ANYONE WILLIN TO DO SOME BUISINES IN MA.CHOP UP A JOINT OR SOMETHING.I HAVE THE STEW AND THE BALLISTIMO.BEEN DOIN GOOD ON EBAY AND C.L..TIME TO TAKE IT THE NEXT LEVEL.HOP ABOARD AND LETS GO FOR A TRIP TO THE BANK FOR A DEPOSIT.


if you really interested email me @ RGLeasing@ymail.com i can help u set up for cheap i'm an ex-car salesman that wholesale cars now i have three dealer plates for rent
hmmm

Dawsonville, GA

#22 Mar 7, 2010
Post the legal name of your dealership please.
fresh25 wrote:
<quoted text>
if you really interested email me @ RGLeasing@ymail.com i can help u set up for cheap i'm an ex-car salesman that wholesale cars now i have three dealer plates for rent
Matt

Pasadena, TX

#24 Apr 29, 2010
M_Smith wrote:
If it was easy to get a dealer's license, every apathetic monkey like this guy would have one.
You don't think that the zoning, licensing, insurance, and other legalities and training is to deter people like this?
If it was a 1,2,3 process everyone would have a license, auctions would be hammered by buyers, costs would go up and prices would come down. Sending a godfathered industry to the scrapyard.
If you want in, it takes ambition. If you get in, it takes work. If you want to succeed, it takes knowledge of the industry.
Yeah, like all the used car's I bought at dealer's have been from such highly achieved respective individuals, LOL, talk about Monkey's. The majority of used car dealers I've purchased from are pretty much losers, with the exception of a couple. So calm down
M smith, and give the guy a break. And as far as just getting a dealers license, lot, etc..., just go do it, its not that hard...
Acroman

Collierville, TN

#25 Jun 12, 2010
If you want to get into auctions ealy0014@gmail.com
partyspark

United States

#27 Oct 7, 2010
Jbird wrote:
To everyone posting about getting or renting a used car dealer license there are a few things you should know.
Most states around the country are making it harder and harder to obtain a dealers license because of two main things:
1. Local townships and such do not want every moe, larry and curly getting licensed because they clutter their towns with little car lots. Most people who do the minimum to get a license are out to make a fast buck and when things get tough, they make shady deals and cause problems for the local community and for the larger dealers.
2. The larger dealers with big money invested do not want you to take away sales and overall give a bad name to the business. These dealers give thousands every year to politicians and local officials to pass laws and legislation to keep you from getting licensed. Basically the small non franchised guys are not wanted in most states and areas.
I speak from experience being in that I was in the business in PA for years. I have spoken to a lot of people regarding the matter. Most states figure if you jump through enough hoops and get your license, your are a person or business worth taking a shot on. They figure that if you cannot meet any one of the requirements down the line, you are not worthy of making a living. Lets face the facts, there is a good profit potential in this business and with the lack of education needed to operate, it is a no brainer business. You for sure need to be educated in vehicles to know what your doing but with profit margins from $500-$2000 a unit, you can make some money.
Do not think of "renting" a dealers license or becoming a "buyers agent" for a dealer using your own funds and making deals. In almost every state in the country this is illegal. Yes I said illegal and I know that in PA it is considered a misdimeanor to rent a dealers license. Most think if you get a salesperson license under a dealership name and work for yourself makes it legal but it does not. You have to be listed on the dealer license paperwork as a OWNER of the business in order to make it legal and how many of the guys willing to rent you a plate and give you access to auctions are willing to do that. You don't know them and they don't know you. Most are not will to take the risk of losing their license to get a measly $300-$500 a month. Keep that in mind. My opinion is to get together with a couple of people you know and get a license together to offset the costs and the burden. If you only want dealer plates to drive around cars or get good deals on cars from auctions for friends and family, consider a wholesale dealer license in Michigan or New York. These will allow you to buy @ auctions and have a plate or two without alot of the headache. These states requirements are lighter than most and Michigan does not require a bond for wholesale dealers. The biggest thing is that with this license you cannot buy or sell to or from the public at all! You can buy and sell to and from other dealers and still make money, especially if you are a mechanic and can buy in-op vehicles and repair. You can sell to dealers and not have to deal with the public and sales tax etc. Just wanted to let all you guys and gals out there know.
jbird. I have a question.... my mom owns a dealership and I am the general manager have been for the past 11 years. She is retireing and wants to give the business fully to me this year. will I have to apply for a whole new license or will she be able to transfer the dealers license and everything to me and I keep the same UD number?
dealer

Jefferson, GA

#28 Oct 7, 2010
If the business is a corporation you could probably just transfer the existing business to you otherwise you will have to get a new license showing you as the owner.
partyspark wrote:
<quoted text> jbird. I have a question.... my mom owns a dealership and I am the general manager have been for the past 11 years. She is retireing and wants to give the business fully to me this year. will I have to apply for a whole new license or will she be able to transfer the dealers license and everything to me and I keep the same UD number?
Question

Flushing, NY

#30 Oct 26, 2010
I'm not looking to buy at auctions. If I buy from and individual then sell to another individual without transfering the title to my name how would anyone even know? I just want plates to transfer vehicle from their driveway to mine.
pcox

Dayton, OH

#31 Oct 31, 2010
Here's what i know and it may or may not help. If you buy a car and sell it for a profit your breaking the law unless you pay taxes on that profit also. If you buy a car and hold that car while you try to sell it your in possession of an open title and that's illegal. A dealers license is not that hard to obtain in Illinois but you must have a seperate lot with a permanent office and the name and hours open displayed on the door and a phone that is answered at the business during business hours. Your looking at $3500 a year for you license but you must turn in your sr22 every month whether you sell a car or not. Also in Illinois you can sell cars as a dealer in your front yard but it must be registered as a satellite lot and permitted by the state for an aditional 150 a year. Every State has pamphlets on how to go about starting a dealership and cost so contact head office in your state and request info. As for renting dealers plates it is 100% illeagal the states offer drive away permits (temp tags) that last about 3-5 days depending on state and usally cost $35 and you shouldn't have to transfer title and pay tax to get that just get documentation from your insurance company stating car is covered for the time temp tag is used.
msek001

Raleigh, NC

#32 Feb 18, 2011
I am looking to buy and sell cars from my house in Virginia. The dealer license laws are too much for me and I need to piggy back off of someone who actually owns a used car dealership in Virginia. Please email me at shatterah@yahoo.com if you can help me.
Orlando

Warminster, PA

#34 Jun 23, 2011
I was writing to see if I could get some more advice from you. I want to sell cars too and have been looking at all the paperwork and it is dawnting. Could you tell me in what state would it be the easiest in to get a retail dealers license with doing all the proper paperwork? Thanks.
jay pee

Los Angeles, CA

#35 Aug 6, 2011
elm wrote:
I want in where can i learn about the process. ALSo can someone get bonding if they filed ch7 bankruptcy. thanks
he didn't ask you all that answer the right question
Flipping Autos

Las Vegas, NV

#36 Aug 15, 2011
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joe

Brooklyn, NY

#38 Oct 27, 2011
Does any one know anything about Flippautos.com . any feedback, are they a company you can trust.
Tommy G

Crown Point, IN

#39 Oct 30, 2011
I went with the I Want A Dealer License ...company that is listed on these posts...they were fast in getting my own license and dealer tags in my hands and they were pretty inexpensive.
Tommy G

Crown Point, IN

#40 Oct 30, 2011
Also I found that Flipping Autos does not get you your own dealer license...they only add you to someone else's license...After researching I found that I would not have my own license and business.
The I Want A Dealer License set-up my own license
which includes my own corporation, license and complete business.
joe

Brooklyn, NY

#41 Nov 2, 2011
any advice how to get your own dealers license, own corp, any other programs you recommand.email me at
Joe
AJJ_999

Modesto, CA

#46 Jul 28, 2012
Don't let these car dealers on here who have a license and are loosing their asses these days detere you.....NOOOOOO state has the man power to police anything....esspecially bankrupt Calif.....curbing as wholesalers call it is quite common in this state....I have personally bought 2 cars that way from a wholesaler at his residence at the curb! no one cares any more because the auto industry are such crooks you have to just fight fire with fire! Their are people rite here in good ol cali that for 450. will personally take to any auction you want and buy the car for you! Illegal? yesssssss but who cares...so is selling 90% of AMERICANS the low life'n Dodge Intrepid but they do it with the gov blessings.

Since: Aug 12

Lahore, Pakistan

#47 Aug 6, 2012
A motor vehicle dealer license, the most generally issued license, will enable you to sell retail or wholesale motor vehicles. Vehicles may be sold to the basic public and any other dealer or wholesaler.
micheal

New York, NY

#49 Mar 3, 2013
Jbird wrote:
To everyone posting about getting or renting a used car dealer license there are a few things you should know.
Most states around the country are making it harder and harder to obtain a dealers license because of two main things:
1. Local townships and such do not want every moe, larry and curly getting licensed because they clutter their towns with little car lots. Most people who do the minimum to get a license are out to make a fast buck and when things get tough, they make shady deals and cause problems for the local community and for the larger dealers.
2. The larger dealers with big money invested do not want you to take away sales and overall give a bad name to the business. These dealers give thousands every year to politicians and local officials to pass laws and legislation to keep you from getting licensed. Basically the small non franchised guys are not wanted in most states and areas.
I speak from experience being in that I was in the business in PA for years. I have spoken to a lot of people regarding the matter. Most states figure if you jump through enough hoops and get your license, your are a person or business worth taking a shot on. They figure that if you cannot meet any one of the requirements down the line, you are not worthy of making a living. Lets face the facts, there is a good profit potential in this business and with the lack of education needed to operate, it is a no brainer business. You for sure need to be educated in vehicles to know what your doing but with profit margins from $500-$2000 a unit, you can make some money.
Do not think of "renting" a dealers license or becoming a "buyers agent" for a dealer using your own funds and making deals. In almost every state in the country this is illegal. Yes I said illegal and I know that in PA it is considered a misdimeanor to rent a dealers license. Most think if you get a salesperson license under a dealership name and work for yourself makes it legal but it does not. You have to be listed on the dealer license paperwork as a OWNER of the business in order to make it legal and how many of the guys willing to rent you a plate and give you access to auctions are willing to do that. You don't know them and they don't know you. Most are not will to take the risk of losing their license to get a measly $300-$500 a month. Keep that in mind. My opinion is to get together with a couple of people you know and get a license together to offset the costs and the burden. If you only want dealer plates to drive around cars or get good deals on cars from auctions for friends and family, consider a wholesale dealer license in Michigan or New York. These will allow you to buy @ auctions and have a plate or two without alot of the headache. These states requirements are lighter than most and Michigan does not require a bond for wholesale dealers. The biggest thing is that with this license you cannot buy or sell to or from the public at all! You can buy and sell to and from other dealers and still make money, especially if you are a mechanic and can buy in-op vehicles and repair. You can sell to dealers and not have to deal with the public and sales tax etc. Just wanted to let all you guys and gals out there know.
hi jbird, I want to open a used car dealership but i have a felony gun conviction and a misdermeaner drug possetion conviction on my record. Do you think i would be able to get a used car dealer license? if not my father has a clean record however he is older and does not have the energy to go to auctions etc. is their a way to stucture my business so I can ged the dealer licence in his name but be ablie to get into and purchase cars with out him?
USED CAR DEALER NY

Dayton, OH

#50 May 14, 2013
Question wrote:
I'm not looking to buy at auctions. If I buy from and individual then sell to another individual without transfering the title to my name how would anyone even know? I just want plates to transfer vehicle from their driveway to mine.
Its called an open title transfer.

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