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Latest revision as of 22:53, 3 October 2019

001-Auto Repair Program

AUTOMOBILE (BROKER) New and Used Car Dealers go back


The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires licensure for any individuals who act as automobile brokers/finders for consumers. The broker may inspect the vehicle (acting as a mechanic) to verify the condition of the vehicle for the consumer considering purchasing it. A broker/finder who operates a repair station will require a Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) license.


DMV - Occupational Licensing Division

8243 Demeter Avenue

Sacramento, CA 95828

(916) 229-3349

(916) 657-7021 Fax

www.dmv.ca.gov



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