Indiana legislature approves dealer education program

Years of work have culminated with a dealer education program being signed into law in Indiana.

The requirement for applicants to complete a training course through the Indiana Independent Automobile Dealers Association before receiving a used motor vehicle dealer license begins July 1.

“It’s a big win for the association,” said Alex Downard, IIADA Executive Director. “We’ve not had any education in place to get a license. Our board fully supported this.”

The IIADA will be working with the Indiana Secretary of State to finalize the program which must provide information on licensing requirements, laws and rules.

The online course, which will also include best practices, will be $300 paid to the IIADA.  Only new dealers will be required to take the course.

Downard praised the work of the staff to get the bill passed. He also thanked NIADA for its support, including CEO Jeff Martin meeting with the Secretary of State in the fall after the BHPH Dealer Forum in Indianapolis.

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