The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in partnership with Delaware Interactive has developed a new temporary tag issuing system for new car dealerships which will launch on March 8.
The program will provide greater efficiencies for automobile dealerships to fulfill DMV requirements governing the sale of motor vehicles and temporary tag issuance. The web-based temporary tag system will streamline the issuance of temporary vehicle registration at the dealership by allowing dealers to print a “temp-tag” on site and on demand. There will no longer be a need to send paperwork back to the DMV, which helps improve efficiency by reducing manual data entry and decreasing the administrative burden on the DMV and dealership staffs.
I.G. Burton BMW of Milford was one of the dealerships that piloted the new system. Burton’s Finance Manager Rick Marine said about the program, “I love it! It speeds up the sales process, is very organized, and we no longer have to search through a lot of paperwork and temporary tag forms. I would never want to go back to the old system.”
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