Florida

How do you obtain an auto auction license in Florida?

How do you obtain an auto auction license in Florida?

Pre-licensing requirements

  1. Complete the required pre-license education: The FLHSMV requires that all vehicle auction dealer licensees in Florida take 16 hours of pre-license education. ...
  2. Get fingerprinted. ...
  3. Get a surety bond and liability insurance. ...
  4. Register your business so you can legally operate in Florida.

  1. How many cars can you buy and sell in Florida without a license?
  2. How much does it cost to get a car dealer license in Florida?
  3. How do online car auctions work?
  4. Do you need a license to flip cars in Florida?
  5. Can I sell a car I just bought without registering it in Florida?
  6. How many cars can I buy and sell in a year?
  7. How many cars can you sell in Florida?
  8. How much cheaper are auction cars?
  9. How does the car auction work?

How many cars can you buy and sell in Florida without a license?

According to Florida law, you can privately sell no more than three cars in a calendar year without a dealer license.

How much does it cost to get a car dealer license in Florida?

Proper Florida Dealer License Fees

The State of Florida charges Florida dealers to pay a $300 Florida State Dealer License fee for each main location. You should call 850-617-3003 before sending in your Dealer Application to make sure you are writing your check for the correct amount.

How do online car auctions work?

Auto auctions feature a catalog with entries referred to as lots. Each lot features details about the car, pictures of it, and its opening price. If your bid meets the seller's reserve or happens to be the highest, you've purchased the lot. It's easy to join an auction.

Do you need a license to flip cars in Florida?

Any person, corporation, or partnership who sells used motor vehicles for retail or wholesale purposes in Florida must have a Florida Used Car Dealer License (AKA: Florida Independent Dealer License.) If you wish to sell new vehicles, please see our post on how to get a franchise dealer license in Florida.

Can I sell a car I just bought without registering it in Florida?

A: Yes. Florida law requires private sellers to file a Bill of Sale form HSMV 82050. If the buyer does not file for the title and registration and the seller does not file a Bill of Sale, the seller can be held legally liable for actions with the vehicle, even if they no longer own the car.

How many cars can I buy and sell in a year?

The current law in CA will permit you to sell up to 5 vehicles in a year without a dealer license.

How many cars can you sell in Florida?

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Florida law requires motor vehicle dealers to be licensed by the state. Furthermore, any person or entity who conducts three or more sales within a 12-month period is presumed to be acting as a dealer. For all practical purposes, non-dealers can only sell two cars in any given 12-month period.

How much cheaper are auction cars?

Typically you can expect the average car to be about $1,000 to $2,000 dollars cheaper than retail if you were to buy directly from the dealer auctions.

How does the car auction work?

How Do Auto Auctions Work? Most everyone understands the basics of how an auction works — participants bid on an item until one bidder is left. Many auto auctions are public, which means anyone can come to the event or place a bid online. These are advertised ahead of time, typically with a list of available vehicles.

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