Where can I get a car dealer handbook in TX? Texas

Obtaining the Texas Car Dealer Handbook

Becoming a Texas motor vehicle dealer isn't easy. There is an extensive car dealers licensing process for anyone who wishes to own a car dealership and there are many regulations that must be followed in order to maintain a valid auto dealers license.

However, the TX Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has prepared a handbook to help explain the laws that govern auto dealers in the state. The car dealer handbook covers a variety of topics relating to selling vehicles within the state of Texas.

For example:

  • Applying for a dealers license.
  • Deciding which type of car sales license you need.
  • How to move your dealership to a new location.
  • Violations that could place your dealer license at risk.
  • Proper record keeping procedures for cash sales, financing, and installment plans.
  • Vehicle titling for new cars and used cars.
  • License plates.
  • Auto sales auctions.
  • Lemon laws.
You can review the motor vehicle dealer handbook on the TX DMV website. Each section of the manual can be downloaded as a separate PDF file.

You may also request a hard copy of the dealers manual by calling (512) 416-4800. There is no charge to receive the, but you are limited to three copies per order.

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