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private class to become a licensed used car dealer in hollywood

are you ready to get licensed??
we can show you how to obtain:
dealer plates
auction access
dealer fleet insurance
used car dealer surety bond
licensed dmv registration agent
licensed dmv verification agent
we have folks that can build your entire dmv car dealer license application
private classes in los angeles, hollywood and orange county
Claudia Patton
310-216-1438
DMV Certified Dealer Education Provider since 1998
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DealerTraining101 800-901-5950

private class to become a licensed used car dealer in culver city

are you ready to get licensed??
we can show you how to obtain:
dealer plates
auction access
dealer fleet insurance
used car dealer surety bond
licensed dmv registration agent
licensed dmv verification agent
we have folks that can build your entire dmv car dealer license application
private classes in culver city, los angeles, anaheim and riverside
Claudia Patton
310-216-1438
DMV Certified Dealer Education Provider since 1998
#realcardealerschool
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who is the most complete vehicle history report ??? @runtheVIN

Where can I find my VIN?

Your vehicle’s unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a 17-digit number that can be found on the title document, the vehicle registration, and on the insurance policy. The VIN can also be located at the following locations on the car itself:

  • On the driver’s side dashboard
    (viewable through the windshield)
  • On the driver’s side door
    (on a sticker in the door jamb)

More about VINs

Why should I run a VIN check?

Outside of our homes, a car is often one of the most expensive assets we purchase. As a vehicle buyer, you can reduce your risk of hidden problems and intentional fraud. As a vehicle seller, you can help increase confidence for potential buyers by proving that your car has a clean history — and being upfront about defects if any are found. Most people run a VIN check to:

  • Understand a vehicle’s past ownership history
  • Check for hidden issues or prior damage
    (including title brands, total-loss records, and open liens)
  • Avoid getting intentionally scammed or defrauded
    (such as from buying a stolen or unsafe vehicle)
  • Make an informed assessment of a vehicle’s value

More about our vehicle history reports

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used car safety checklist

DIVISION 12 SAFETY CHECKLIST

Basic Equipment Checklist
  • Safety Belts – All in good working order.
  • Headlights – 2 White headlights, both working.
  • Taillights – 2 red taillights, both working. Visible for 500 ft. to the rear, red lenses are required.
  • License Plate Lights – White rear license plate light visible for 50 ft. to the rear.
  • Rear Reflectors – 2 red reflectors on side rear fenders of vehicle, either part of taillights or separate.
  • Brake Lights – 2 brake lights, both working, visible from 500 ft. in normal daylight conditions. Red lenses are required.
  • Turn Signals – Right and left turn signals on the front and rear of vehicle. Front signals may be white or amber, rear signals may be red, yellow or amber. Must be visible from 500 ft.
  • License Plates – Front and rear plates are required, except for motorcycles and trailers.
  • Brakes – In good working order
  • Tires – No body ply or belt material exposed, no tred or sidewall separation, should have a minimum of 2/32 inches of tread. Check tire pressure.
  • Exhaust System – Good working order and constant operation. Noise and smoke restrictions apply.
  • Windows & Windshield – Clean, free from obstructions, cracks or decals.
  • Winshield Wipers – Good working wipers required
  • Rearview Mirror – Driver must be able to see at least 200 ft. behind the vehicle at all times.
  • Horn – Working horn required, must be audible from 200 ft. away.
  • Fenders – Must cover entire width of the tire tread that touches the pavement.
  • Minimum Clearance – No part of a passenger vehicle can have less clearance from the road than the lowest part of the rim of any wheel.

 

 

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just who runs the CSLEA ???

Government & Public Affairs Staff

 

Alan Barcelona
CSLEA President
Alan Barcelona leads a statewide law enforcement organization that is the central thread in the public safety net of California and one of America’s most fascinating law-enforcement groups.

The 7,000 members of the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association that Mr. Barcelona is president of track down and arrest violent felons, put out fires, investigate the doctors and dentists we place our trust in, inspect the hospital you’re born in and the funeral home you’re laid to rest at, and everything in between, including the parks you visit, the beaches you swim on, the car you drive, and the food you eat.

In addition to his duties as president of CSLEA, Mr. Barcelona is also a Special Agent for the California Department of Justice. Prior to becoming a DOJ agent, he was a Senior Investigator for the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

Mr. Barcelona started his law-enforcement career in 1981 as a Stanislaus County Deputy Sheriff, where he served as a Jail, Patrol, and SWAT Team officer . He also has taught at two police academies, Modesto Junior College and Delta Junior College in Stockton CA.

He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Organization from the University of San Francisco and a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of La Verne. Mr. Barcelona makes his home in Sacramento, along with his wife and four children.

It is as president of CSLEA that Mr. Barcelona has made his biggest law-enforcement mark, taking over a lightly regarded, rag-tag group of sworn peace officers, investigators, and inspectors teetering on the brink of bankruptcy and turning it into a solvent, cohesive organization with a mission and purpose that have earned it the respect of governors and lawmakers in Sacramento.

Today, the 7,000 members of CSLEA who work in 180 different job classifications for the state of California are raising the standards of their professions to the highest in the nation.

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car dealer school safety checklist

DIVISION 12 SAFETY CHECKLIST

Basic Equipment Checklist
  • Safety Belts – All in good working order.
  • Headlights – 2 White headlights, both working.
  • Taillights – 2 red taillights, both working. Visible for 500 ft. to the rear, red lenses are required.
  • License Plate Lights – White rear license plate light visible for 50 ft. to the rear.
  • Rear Reflectors – 2 red reflectors on side rear fenders of vehicle, either part of taillights or separate.
  • Brake Lights – 2 brake lights, both working, visible from 500 ft. in normal daylight conditions. Red lenses are required.
  • Turn Signals – Right and left turn signals on the front and rear of vehicle. Front signals may be white or amber, rear signals may be red, yellow or amber. Must be visible from 500 ft.
  • License Plates – Front and rear plates are required, except for motorcycles and trailers.
  • Brakes – In good working order
  • Tires – No body ply or belt material exposed, no tred or sidewall separation, should have a minimum of 2/32 inches of tread. Check tire pressure.
  • Exhaust System – Good working order and constant operation. Noise and smoke restrictions apply.
  • Windows & Windshield – Clean, free from obstructions, cracks or decals.
  • Winshield Wipers – Good working wipers required
  • Rearview Mirror – Driver must be able to see at least 200 ft. behind the vehicle at all times.
  • Horn – Working horn required, must be audible from 200 ft. away.
  • Fenders – Must cover entire width of the tire tread that touches the pavement.
  • Minimum Clearance – No part of a passenger vehicle can have less clearance from the road than the lowest part of the rim of any wheel.

 

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#ANAHEIM #BAKERSFIELD #BURBANK #CAMPBELL #CHICO #CITRUSHEIGHTS #CLOVIS #CORONA #COVINA #CULVERCITY #DAVIS #ELCERRITO #EUREKA #FAIRFIELD #FREMONT #FRESNO #GARDENGROVE #GILROY #HAYWARD #LAMESA #LONGBEACH #LOSANGELES #LOSGATOS #MODESTO #NOVATO #ORANGE #PALMSPRINGS #REDDING #RIVERSIDE #ROSEVILLE #SACRAMENTO #SALINAS #SANBERNARDINO #SANDIEGO #SANFRANCISCO #SANJOSE #SANLUISOBISPO #SANMATEO #SANTABARBARA #SANTACRUZ #SANTAMARIA #SANTAROSA #SANTEE #SHERMANOAKS #STOCKTON #TEMECULA #TRACY #TURLOCK #VANNUYS #VENTURA #VISALIA #WALNUTCREEK #WATSONVILLE DealerTraining101 800-901-5950 WHOLESALE CAR DEALER LICENSE

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Where can I find my VIN?

Your vehicle’s unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a 17-digit number that can be found on the title document, the vehicle registration, and on the insurance policy. The VIN can also be located at the following locations on the car itself:

  • On the driver’s side dashboard
    (viewable through the windshield)
  • On the driver’s side door
    (on a sticker in the door jamb)

More about VINs

Why should I run a VIN check?

Outside of our homes, a car is often one of the most expensive assets we purchase. As a vehicle buyer, you can reduce your risk of hidden problems and intentional fraud. As a vehicle seller, you can help increase confidence for potential buyers by proving that your car has a clean history — and being upfront about defects if any are found. Most people run a VIN check to:

  • Understand a vehicle’s past ownership history
  • Check for hidden issues or prior damage
    (including title brands, total-loss records, and open liens)
  • Avoid getting intentionally scammed or defrauded
    (such as from buying a stolen or unsafe vehicle)
  • Make an informed assessment of a vehicle’s value

More about our vehicle history reports