IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR REGISTRANTS & CONSUMERS
The Ontario government announced it will enter Step One of its Roadmap to reopen on Friday, June 11th, 2021.
Dealers no longer must operate by appointment only or limit their business hours. The province’s restrictions for dealerships, including a 50 per cent capacity limitation and test drive restrictions, will remain in effect until Ontario releases dealership restrictions under Step Two of its Roadmap to Reopen at the earliest.
OMVIC released a bulletin on June 10th, 2021 outlining the public health measures in place for dealers under the Step One.
Visit the Government of Ontario website for more information.
Stay up-to-date on changes to the province’s COVID-19 response by checking out our latest bulletins.
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OMVIC Protects Ontario Car Buyers
As the regulator of motor vehicle sales in Ontario, OMVIC’s mandate is to maintain a fair and informed marketplace by protecting the rights of consumers, enhancing industry professionalism and ensuring fair, honest and open competition for registered motor vehicle dealers. This is achieved by:
Introducing the OMVIC Academy
The OMVIC Academy is an educational resource with instructional videos and a downloadable Car-Buying Guide that teaches students how to become confident car-buyers. Each video is 2-3 minutes long. Topics include: Understanding All-in Price Advertising; Long-Term Loans and Negative Equity; The Dangers Posed by Curbsiders; Consumer Rights when Buying from a Registered Dealer and How to Protect Yourself When Buying Privately. These five lessons in car-buying are a must for any “Padawan” eager to know his or her rights!
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