THE TITLE CLASS ON MARCH 17 AT NHADA HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED DUE TO CONCERNS REGARDING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. WATCH FOR ANY UPDATES.
Failure to properly adhere to New Hampshire statute and regulation regarding titles can result in significant dealership fines and suspension and/or revocation of a dealer's license.
This seminar by the NH Department of Safety and the Division of Motor Vehicles, will review all aspects of titling and the Department of Safety procedures in the State of New Hampshire.
NHADA Members: $40 first person, $35 two or more, and $30 for three or more from the same company. All funds benefit the New Hampshire Automotive Education Foundation.
• A review of the State DMV laws
• Step-by-step process for completing and submitting titles in compliance with NH State law
• An understanding of the consequences for not following correct procedures
• A review of “border state” titling information
• Certificates of Origin
• Survivorship rights
• Registering exempt vehicles & exempt law changes
• Proper assignments
• Canceled deals and changes
• Leased vehicles and corporate vehicles
• Abandoned vehicles
• A comprehensive question-and-answer period
We have designed this as an interactive program, so please bring your questions!
Staff from the NH DMV, Division of Motor Vehicles, Title Division
Who should attend:
Title Clerks, Office Managers, Business Managers, General Managers, Sales Managers, and Dealer Principals. The seminar is also beneficial to lien-holders.
Register above or download registration form and either:
mail it to 507 South Street, Bow, NH 03304;
fax it to 603-225-4895;
email it to either Jean Conlon or Brittanie Auprey; or
call 800-852-3372 to register.
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