Auto Data Direct Partners with AutoManager to Provide NMVTIS Vehicle Histories
Auto Data Direct has partnered with AutoManager, a national leader in dealer management software. ADD, a Florida-based automotive data services company, will provide AutoManager access to vehicle history reports from the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS).
Auto Data Direct (ADD) has partnered with AutoManager, a national leader in dealer management software. ADD, a Florida-based automotive data services company, will provide AutoManager access to vehicle history reports from the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS).
The NMVTIS database is a U.S. Department of Justice information system that contains automobile information from states DMVs, insurance carriers and the salvage industry. Beginning July 1, 2012, California law will require a NMVTIS report be provided for every used vehicle offered for retail sale in that state. If the NMVTIS report indicates a junk, salvage or total loss history, the dealer will be required to place a red warning label on the vehicle, alerting the consumer to the issue.
“Our partnership with ADD allows AutoManager dealers to perform low-cost, comprehensive vehicle history checks from anywhere – whether it’s in the auction lanes using AutoManager Mobile; at the dealership using DeskManager; or even managing their website and inventory from home using WebManager,” said Kami Tafreshi, C.E.O. of AutoManager. “Given how aggressively we have priced these reports, it makes sense to run a NMVTIS report on every vehicle a dealer intends to buy.”
The announced integration will allow AutoManager dealers to order and view reports from any of AutoManager's dealer applications. Dealers can access NMVTIS reports on their entire inventory at once, or on one vehicle at a time, depending on their need. The low-cost reports, which are offered at as little as $1.00 each, are available in both English and Spanish, to better serve a bilingual customer base.
“We’re very pleased that AutoManager has chosen to work with ADD to offer this important dealer and consumer tool,” said Jim Taylor, President of ADD. “We’ve spent the last twelve years developing internet-based tools for the automotive industry that offer compliance and efficiency. This integration will be especially beneficial to California dealers who will be required to run a NMVTIS report on any used vehicle sold.”
For more information on AutoManager’s services for independent and franchise dealers, visit their website at www.automanager.com or call 800-300-2808. For information on ADD’s NMVTIS vehicle history report solutions, visit their website at www.add123.com or call 866-387-1767.