Oh Man! This sounds like it is from the people republic if New york, not a state adjoining TX.

OK requires ALL THIS CRAP plus a $25,000 bond!


   Applying for an OK Used Car Dealer License

The Oklahoma Used Motor Vehicle and Parts Commission provides a*used motor vehicle dealer license application packet <https://www.ok.gov/usedcarcommission/documents/UD%20%20APPLICATION%20PACKET.pdf>*, which includes instructions and paperwork necessary to apply for your used car dealer license. Make sure you carefully read and refer to this packet while putting together your application materials.

Below, we’ll go over the*dealership and application requirements*you must meet (outlined in the packet) to apply for your Oklahoma used car dealer license.


     Requirements for Used Car Dealerships

All used car dealer applicants must have an*established place of business*, meaning your dealership must*meet all local zoning and occupancy requirements*and have a/an:

 * *Display area*for cars that are for sale.
     o Must be easily accessible to the public.
     o Cars for sale must be distinguishable from other vehicles on the
       premises.
 * Adequate*parking space*for the public.
 * *Office*that is a:
     o Building or separate room within a building on the business
       premises.
     o Permanent structure; can’t be a tent, stand, or other temporary
       facility.
     o Space used for the sole purpose of conducting used motor vehicle
       business and where records, files, books, and other materials
       are stored.
 * *Business telephone*, which must be:
     o Listed with directory assistance.
     o Operational at the business location.
 * *Public restroom*.
 * *Business sign*that:
     o Measures at least*32 square feet*in size*_UNLESS_*that size goes
       against zoning regulations.
     o Is*permanently attached*to the property; can’t be a banner or
       otherwise portable.
     o Has*permanently affixed letters*at least*6 inches*tall.
     o Is*visible*from the nearest roadway.

As part of the used car dealer application process, a representative from the Used Motor Vehicle and Parts Commission will*inspect your dealership*to ensure it meets all of Oklahoma’s business location requirements.


It seems apparent that the laws in OKIELAND were written by the NADA, or whatever the association is for new car stealers. SHEESH! that is crazy

Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes <mailto:mercedes@okiebenz.com>
February 23, 2018 at 3:11 PM

I should find out




Kaleb C. Striplin via Mercedes <mailto:mercedes@okiebenz.com>
February 23, 2018 at 1:18 PM
There was a decent looking 95 s350 up for auction today in Texas. It was a donation vehicle. It sold for $300. I could not bid because apparently you have to have a business license to bid in titled cars in Texas. Crap.

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