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How To Get an Auto Dealer License in Pennsylvania Ebook

What's inside?

  • Step-by-step instructions on getting your business registration in Pennsylvania
  • Information on licensing requirements for all dealer license types
  • Overview of the costs associated with getting licensed and bonded
  • A printable checklist with all licensing requirements for your convenience!

Table of Contents

  • 1. Introduction

  • 1.1. Overview
  • 1.2. Dealer license types
  • 2. Pennsylvania business registration requirements

  • 2.1. Get an Employer Identification Number (EIN)
  • 2.2. Register your business structure and fictitious name
  • 2.3. Register with the PA Department of Revenue
  • 2.4. Obtain Workers Compensation Insurance if necessary
  • 3. Dealer Licensing

  • 3.1. Location requirements
  • 3.2. The application process
  • 3.3. Fee schedule and application filing
  • 3.4. On-site investigation
  • 3.5. Apply for your dealer plates with the PA DOT
  • 3.6. License renewal
  • 4. Bonding

  • 4.1. What is an auto dealer bond?
  • 4.2. How much does the auto dealer bond cost?
  • 4.3. How to get bonded?
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  • Appendix: Printable licensing checklists

  • Motor Vehicle Dealer Licensing Checklist

About the Author

Todd Bryant

Todd Bryant is the President and CEO of Bryant Surety Bonds. He frequently shares his expertise on everything related to licensing and bonding requirements in an effort to help aspiring entrepreneurs

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Bryant surety bonds

Bryant Surety Bonds is a surety agency with a long track record of assisting auto dealers get bonded in all 50 states.

We get a great number of dealer bond requests from Pennsylvania and a lot of questions related to the bonding and licensing process. This is why we decided to share our expertise and provide this free resource on everything related to getting your dealer license and bond in Pennsylvania.