Applying for a Dealer's License in Georgia involves a multi-step process, and may require you to get acquainted with elaborate details before you apply for it. It not only requires you to have full information on documentation, but needs you to devote a lot of time to finally obtain the license, sometimes more than two months. However, with our program, we can get you signed up today and skip the red tape that the State of Georgia puts aspiring dealers through. With our 7 day free trial, you have the opportunity to attend dealer auctions in less than 7 days.
To help all our clients, Auto Agents Alliance of Georgia have devised a simple program that will help you easily apply for a Georgia Dealers license. It systematically enlists a step-by-step procedure to help you in getting the license issued.
Yes, we know that buying and selling vehicles in Georgia can make you a lot of money, and yield a number of benefits like access to auctions, tax benefits, financial assistance, and more, but before this dream comes true you need to know a few things about Car Dealer license Georgia.
The first and foremost thing to be remembered before applying for a dealer license is that Georgia differentiates between a new dealer and a used car dealer. The procedures and the formalities for application for both is different.
The new dealers are considered to be franchisees of the auto manufacturing companies and have to abide by the dealership arrangements. But, having said this, it is still imperative for the new dealers to apply for a local business license, and also get a 'Dealers Registration Number' from the Motor Vehicle Division of the Georgia Department of Revenue.
Now, coming to the used car dealers; for them the state has some strict norms in place. To begin with, they have to obtain the Georgia State Board of Registration of Used Motor Vehicle Dealers. Apart from this, used car dealers will have to purchase a bond worth $20,000, purchase insurance, have a permanent establishment, and acquire a Sales Tax ID Number.
The formalities don't end here; there is still a lot that needs to be done before you obtain a Used Car Dealer License in Georgia. Often clients come to us with the complaint that every time they apply for a license, they either forget an important document or miss other important details, which causes an unnecessary delay.
But, after years of experience in helping clients obtaining Georgia used car dealer license, we have now devised a sequential process that will help to gather all required documents, apply for the right license, and help you get in touch with the right officers hassle free.
We also provide information on application fee, renewal of the license, and more. Remember that in Georgia, you will get a license for two years, post which you'll need to get it renewed.
So, if you think you're serious about business, and want to venture into the trading of vehicles, new or old, do call us for any kind of query. Our team will be more than happy to help you.
Alternately, you can also email us, or fill out the no obligation form from the website, and we will soon get in touch with you.