Nevada launches crackdown on unlicensed dealers
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) -- Department of Motor Vehicles investigators will be out in force Thursday to crack down on unlicensed dealers of off-highway vehicles.
New laws that took effect July 1 require dealers of such vehicles to be registered, a process that involves paperwork and a $125 licensing fee.
A licensed dealer has to be bonded, have a fixed place of business and follow standards on advertising and financing.
Any business that sells OHVs, including big box stores, auto parts outlets or other retailers, are required to be licensed.