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Excerpt from the
Rocky Mountain News article, "Ban Keeps Ritter Off Flight
Amendment 41 means no trip to promote state. Gov. Bill Ritter, the
self-avowed "chief marketing officer for Colorado," has been grounded by
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LEARN MORE ABOUT THE F&I RESOURCE CENTER
Step right in to the CADA
F&I Resource Center where valuable opportunities in products, services,
training, visibility and much more are available to you today! This month
we would like to introduce you to the F&I Center and share what we are all
about and what
Going forward, we will be
sharing more detailed information on the products and services available
to our member dealers.
CLICK HERE for more information on this valuable resource.
The legislation that
created the Motor Vehicle Dealer Board will sunset this year, without new
legislation being enacted to extend its role and purpose. CADA and
CLICK HERE to read this informative article by CAR lobbyist Jeremy Cottrell.
DEALER OBLIGATIONS FOR MISSING FULL-USE OR DEMO PLATES — RECENT DEALER QUESTION ABOUT WHAT TO DO IF DEALER OR DEMO PLATES ARE MISSING
QUESTION: We have a number of full-use and demo plates that are missing; we have made every effort and have been unable to locate them. What are we supposed to do? Can we replace them?
There are regulations that address precisely what dealerships need to do
You should be sure that
if the missing plates ever re-surface that you report them as 'found' to
law enforcement and to the Auto Industry Division—or simply return them.
It is important to report
missing plates; it is the only way law enforcement would be
The relevant excerpts from the regulations are below:
A lost, stolen, or missing full-use dealer plate shall be reported within two (2) working days to the local law enforcement agency. Lost plates may be replaced through the County Clerk,…upon submission of a police report and the payment of a $5.00 replacement fee. The County Clerk will submit the copy of the police report to the …Auto Industry Division for notation on the appropriate motor vehicle and law enforcement files.
A lost, stolen or missing dealer demo plate shall be reported within two (2) working days to the local law enforcement agency, and then to the …Auto Industry Division. The dealer may replace lost plates through the County Clerks…. All lost dealer demo plates shall be replaced upon payment of the full fee. A damaged dealer demo plate may be turned in and replaced for the replacement fee.
CLICK HERE for the full regulations related to full-use and demo plates – excerpted from the Auto Industry Division’s compilation of auto industry laws and regulations.
If you have additional questions on this topic, please contact Tammi McCoy via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 303.282.1449.
The Colorado Office of the Treasurer compliance/audit personnel will review Colorado unclaimed Property Laws and Regulations.
Businesses in Colorado must take specific steps to return “unclaimed property”:
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