Licensing issues lead to state fines for Oklahoma car dealers

A state agency that oversees automobile dealerships has issued more than 100 sanctions in the past year to dealerships connected with employing unlicensed salespeople.
By CURTIS KILLMAN - Tulsa World Modified: January 2, 2013 at 11:11 am •  Published: January 2, 2013
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A state agency that oversees automobile dealerships has issued more than 100 sanctions in the past year to dealerships connected with employing unlicensed salespeople.

The penalties - fees in lieu of fines or outright fines - were levied by the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Commission, which oversees vehicle dealerships and salespeople in the state.

Many of the sanctions stem from a state law prohibiting agencies from issuing new or renewed licenses to individuals not in compliance with state income tax obligations, said Roy Dockum, executive director of the commission.

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