Category: Florida DMV

Florida Car Dealers Charge Buyers for Electronic Filing Fees – But is it “Legit”?

Posted on 12/31/13 by Dana Manner

Florida car dealers are authorized to process titles and registrations using an electronic filing system (EFS) which was implemented in 1996. Dealers may then issue permanent tags rather than temporary tags and car buyers pay an additional fee to the dealer for this service. Few dealers, if any, based upon the transactions that the author […]

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Florida Requirement for Dealers to Report Net Selling Price to DMV Stalled Again

Posted on 10/16/12 by Dana Manner

As reported on the Mannerlaw Blog earlier this year, on May 11, 2012 the Florida DMV issued a notice to tax collectors and license plate agencies and car dealers making it mandatory for Florida licensed motor vehicle dealers to enter the net selling price of the car prior to the completion of a title transaction. Implementation of this procedure […]

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