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Site set up June 19: www.cars.gov; essential data and incessant upgrades ... Autos Act requires the merchant to utilize the CARS credit notwithstanding refunds or ...
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Autos Car Allowance Rebate System Webinar NADA Members July 7, 2009

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The Law President Obama marked the Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act on June 24 Establishes program inside NHTSA to give government assets to encourage buy or rent of new fuel-proficient vehicle consequently for exchange that is less fuel-productive

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NHTSA\'s Duties Issue a last run in 30 days (by July 24) setting out necessities for investment and transfer of exchange ins Create an Internet Web webpage inside 30 days to give program data Develop a framework for merchant enrollment Develop a framework for preparing exchanges Develop another association inside NHTSA to run program Prevent misrepresentation; punish infringement

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Progress by NHTSA Web website built up June 19: www.cars.gov ; fundamental data and continuous redesigns Retained contractual worker to outline enlistment and exchange framework Obtained merchant enlistment information from OEMs Retained temporary worker to work exchange survey process Drafting control in order to meet July 24 due date

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Consumer Information www.cars.gov grants buyers to discover EPA mpg information (connection to www.fueleconomy.gov ) and learn rudiments of project Will soon contain rundown of qualified vehicles Will contain rundown of enrolled merchants Vehicle hotline extended Added 866-CAR-7891 Ongoing media outreach Use press to spread data Warn against fake locales Ad crusade being created TV, radio, Internet, print Materials accessible for merchant use

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Program Dates Law says discounts restricted to exchanges between July 1, 2009, and November 1, 2009 Program will end when assets are depleted, regardless of the fact that under the watchful eye of November 1 Law additionally says NHTSA has 30 days to issue standards to actualize the system, and NHTSA will require the greater part of that opportunity to finish principle Deals made on or after July 1 hazardous for merchant since exchange may not meet all determinations; NHTSA not approved to pay unless prerequisites met

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Program Basics Customers exchanging a qualified vehicle get fiscal credit toward acquiring or renting another qualified vehicle If conditions are met, NHTSA makes an electronic installment to the merchant Trade-in vehicle must be squashed or destroyed

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Registration Process Dealer records gave by OEMs toward the beginning of July NHTSA\'s temporary worker will send every merchant an enlistment letter beginning in mid-July Dealer will take after guidelines in letter to finish enlistment process Dealer will ensure to submit to program runs and illuminate NHTSA of progress in permit or establishment System ideally prepared to start enlistment by July 24 Submission of budgetary data finishes enrollment 2-3 day process, affirmation of duty ID and bank or monetary foundation data

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Transaction Process Registered merchant will have online access to CARS exchange framework For every exchange, merchant will give crucial data utilizing an online structure: purchaser data, VINs, mpg of each, and so forth. Accommodation will incorporate connections: enlistment, protection verification, title, affirmation from transfer office, bargain sheet demonstrating MSRP, rescue esteem, all refunds, and so forth. NHTSA will audit all entries, dismiss those that are inadequate or wrong, and send installment on those that meet all necessities

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CARS Credit in addition to… CARS Act requires the merchant to utilize the CARS credit notwithstanding refunds or rebates offered or promoted by the merchant and/or OEM. The merchant may not utilize this credit to counterbalance these refunds or rebates. Merchant can consolidate the CARS credit with other State and Federal motivating forces, e.g., the Hybrid vehicle credit. Merchant must unveil best gauge of "scrap worth" to client Dealer may hold $50 of that for managerial expenses

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Value of Credits New Passenger Car $3,500 credit if its joined efficiency no less than 4 mpg over that of exchange $4,500 if distinction no less than 10 mpg New Category 1 Truck $3,500 if no less than 2 mpg higher $4,500 if no less than 5 mpg higher

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Value of Credits New Category 2 Truck $3,500 if exchange is Category 2 and new truck no less than 1 mpg higher OR exchange is Category 3 of MY 2001 or prior $4,500 if exchange is Category 2 and new truck no less than 2 mpg higher New Category 3 Truck $3,500 if exchange is Category 3 of MY 2001 or prior and comparable size or bigger than new truck

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Trade-in Vehicle CARS Act built up four criteria Must be in drivable condition Must have been persistently safeguarded, enrolled to the same proprietor for past 12 months Must be under 25 years of age at time of exchange Combined "new" mileage rating under 18 mpg (Category 3 not appraised) Category 3 work trucks no more up to date than MY 2001

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Category 3 Trucks May be exchanged just for a Category 2 or Category 3 truck Not more than 7.5 percent of system assets accessible for buy or rent of new vehicles in this class Once farthest point is achieved, no more installments will be made for these exchanges

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Vehicle to Lease or Purchase CARS Act applies to new vehicles MSRP must not surpass $45,000 Must accomplish certain mileage appraisals Passenger vehicles no less than 22 mpg Category 1 trucks no less than 18 mpg Category 2 trucks no less than 15 mpg Category 3 trucks no mpg necessity Other exceptional prerequisites apply

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Vehicle Categories Passenger autos Passenger autos Category 1 truck Non-traveler cars SUVs, little and medium pickups, little and medium load vans

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Vehicle Categories Category 2 truck Large van or extensive pickup truck More than 115-inch wheelbase for pickups, more than 124-inch wheelbase for vans Category 3 truck Work truck evaluated between 8,500 lbs and 10,000 lbs gross vehicle weight rating (those with payload beds 72 inches or more long) and substantial freight vans

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Vehicle Disposal Dealer must confirm that it won\'t offer, rent, trade or discard exchange for use as an auto in United States or any nation Dealer must move exchange to element that will guarantee that the vehicle is pulverized or destroyed Disposal element can offer parts aside from motor square and drive train (unless drive train sold as partitioned parts) NHTSA will distribute rundown of transfer elements NHTSA may incorporate necessities for how motor can be rendered defective by merchant to lessen probability of proceeded with use

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Preventing Fraud Statute accommodates common punishments up to $15,000 for infringement; administrative mistakes are not infringement NHTSA will be extremely forceful in counteracting misrepresentation identified with this project and rebuffing violators in the event that it happens Dealers, buyers, and transfer elements will affirm to the precision of all declarations they make as a major aspect of system Note: Willfully false explanations might be deserving of criminal fines and detainment Dealers and transfer elements ought to envision reviews by NHTSA and solicitations for records

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Final Points NHTSA is doing all that it can to make this an effective project The brief span NHTSA needs to execute the project makes noteworthy difficulties We see how restless everybody is to start exchanges—we trust all of you comprehend the difficulties We anticipate proceeded with participation with all included in the project For additional data see www.cars.gov

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