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Our commenting section is self-policing, so if you see a comment that violates our ground rules, flag it (mouse over to the far right of the commenter's name until you see the flag symbol and click that), then we'll review it. The Colorado Department of Revenue Auto Industry Division (Division) has reviewed the text below, which was submitted by the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association after the Division’s presentation to the Motor Vehicle Dealer Board (“Board”) at its meeting on December 8, 2011. It has come to the attention of the Colorado Motor Vehicle Dealer Board (“Board”) and the Auto Industry Division (“Division”) that a number of new motor vehicle dealers licensed in Colorado have relationships with a company known as TrueCar. Any Colorado licensed dealer that is using TrueCar to promote and list its vehicles to consumers is ultimately responsible for any such violations. In addition to the specific advertising rule violations, the Board and the Division have concerns with the ability of TrueCar to access the inventory information of a licensed dealer.
Moreover, concerns extend to the compensation structure that is based on a completed sale, meaning there appears to be unlicensed sales activity taking place—a violation for both the entity engaging in the unlicensed activity as well as a violation for the dealer that is engaging with that unlicensed entity. The Division also noted that licensed motor vehicle dealers who knowingly allow an unlicensed person to exercise any of the privileges granted to a licensed dealer are in violation of the Act and can be held accountable for the acts of such unlicensed persons. Should the Division receive any consumer complaint regarding the activities of TrueCar, the Board will look to the licensed, selling dealer and will hold the dealer accountable for any violations. The Board and the Division requested the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) to inform its members immediately of these compliance issues. Will other state Departments of Revenue and Motor Vehicle Divisions  issue similar rulings and administrative guidance to the dealers in their respective states?


If the dealers are liable, which i have said since the issue came to light, which other vendors may be implicated?
What Colorado’s statement also does is puts the dealer on the hook for violating the GLB (Gramm-Lech-Bliley act) for not protecting their customer's data appropriately. It looks like TrueCar simply needs to tweak their advertising and get licensed in the state: "TrueCar has been directed by the Division to correct the advertising violations that are controlled via content on their site immediately and meet with the Division concerning licensure". Even if TrueCar is directed to do the same in every state, I don't think this will slow them down. Meanwhile, since regulators are obviously beginning to pay close attention to TrueCar transactions ("Should the Division receive any consumer complaint regarding the activities of TrueCar, the Board will look to the licensed, selling dealer and will hold the dealer accountable for any violations"), it's more important than ever for dealers to make sure that they honor advertised prices and refrain from any activities that can be considered "bait and switch".
I certainly think this is going to spread to other states and TrueCar will have to modify their advertising model. They can't really accomplish this without their dealer partner's consent and participation unless they alter their contract to give them carte blanche in assigning stock numbers to prices. TrueCar should be required to assign a stock # to every price they produce everywhere for any vehicle.
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ADMPC is a Network for Car Dealers, Automotive Marketing, Advertising and Management Pros sharing Digital Strategies and Execution Tactics. The Division believes the text fairly and accurately describes the issues surrounding the relationship between Colorado motor vehicle dealers and TrueCar.
The Division has identified a number of advertising violations in TrueCar materials and on its web site, as well as other potential violations of the Motor Vehicle Dealer Act (“Act”) and related regulations.


There would appear to be the potential for a consumer [who has been quoted a price for a specific vehicle and assured a “guarantee”] arriving at the dealership to find that vehicle has already been sold.
The Board has instructed the Division to pursue licensure by TrueCar as either a Used Motor Vehicle Dealer or to have individuals associated with TrueCar licensed as salespersons or both. Meanwhile, TrueCar has been directed by the Division to correct the advertising violations that are controlled via content on their site immediately and meet with the Division concerning licensure. I tried it out last night just to see what all the hubbub was about and it seems like it would be very appealing to the general public.
ADM members have access to resources, connections and private events that provide them with a competitive advantage. The Division will take all steps necessary to fulfill its statutory duty to assist the Board in protecting consumers, investigating suspected or alleged violations of statutes or rules, and enforcing all licensing statutes and rules.
This morning I got three emails from dealerships trying to get me to use the coupon at their store, so the dealers seem engaged too. This letter isn't "banning" them, just saying they need to change their advertising model or dealers who use them will be liable. Since they have all the dealer's data anyways, they could easily integrate a field to always keep an in-stock vehicle VIN on the pricing page. In certain circumstances, this may constitute a “bait and switch” transaction which is prohibited by the Act as well as other Colorado statutes (and could be a criminal offense).



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