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Out of State, Out of Mind

Dealers who ignore the growing number of out-of-state buyers do so at their own peril. Operations expert offers a roundup of new technology for an emerging market.

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MVSC’S ERT Platform Endorsed by OADA

Motor Vehicle Software Corp.’s Vitu platform has been named the Oregon Auto Dealers Association’s preferred provider of electronic vehicle registration and titling services.

Transportation Bill Paves the Way Toward Digital Vehicle Transactions

Billed as a down payment for building a 21st century transportation system, the recently passed Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, or Fast Act, contains a provision that clears a key hurdle in the industry’s drive toward a fully digital transaction.

N.Y. Dealer Shut Down For Defrauding Customers

A dealership that accepted trade-ins with remaining loan balances and then failed to pay off those balances before reselling the cars to unwitting consumers was ordered to permanently close. The owner is prohibited from ever operating a car dealership in the state.

3,000 Lenders Now Using VINtek’s ELT Services

VINtek reached a milestone when it signed its 3,000th lender to its automotive collateral management technology and ELT services.

Dealertrack Completes Acquisition of Casey & Casey NPS Inc.

Dealertrack Technologies completes its acquisition of Casey & Casey NPS Inc., adding a provider of electronic lien and titling to its Lender Solutions Group.

VINtek to Manage ELT for Navy Army Federal CU

VINtek will manage automotive collateral and electronic lien and titling for Navy Army Federal Credit Union’s more than 90,000 members through the VINtekTIME platform.

VINtek Adds 2,500th Lender to ELT Solution

VINtek has signed its 2,500th customer for its VINtekTIME cloud-based automotive collateral management technology.

Governor Signs Car-Buying Reform Bill

Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Sept. 26 that will allow California auto dealers to raise document fees by at least $25.

California Dealers Could Raise Doc Fees Under New Reform Bill

A reform bill that would allow California auto dealers to raise document fees by at least $25 was passed last week by the state legislature. The bill now awaits Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature.