The California driver’s license looks very similar to a plastic credit card with a magnetic “stripe” on the back. The “stripe” holds information which can be read by special scanners. Currently the information on the stripe is the same as the front of the license. It can be used by law enforcement officers to print traffic tickets and by retailers to record information when a customer pays by check. Some privacy advocates are concerned that the magnetic stripe makes it easier for merchants to establish computerized data banks about their customers, and thereby poses a threat to personal privacy.
In California, Civil Code 1798.90.1 prohibits bars, car dealers and others from collecting personal information by swiping the magnetic stripe for purposes other than verifying age or the authenticity of the driver’s license, or preventing fraud.
we just pulled this ad from craigslist on an @beepi car for sale
as licensed california dealers @beepi must adhere to a host of advertising laws
here is @beepi california dealer license
|Main Location Information|
1303 OCEAN ST STE B
SANTA CRUZ CA 95060
|Location Opened :||12/12/2013|
|Licensed to Provide,
Offer or Sell:
|Used Auto/Commercial Vehicle Dealer.|
|License First Issued:||12/12/2013|
|Operator or Contact:|
|Owner of Business:||CARSAVVY INC|
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here is the current craigslist ad from @beepi
2011 Honda CR-V EX Certified Pre-owned – $17800 ($312/Month, 10-day Moneyback Guarantee)
2011 Honda CR-V odometer: 32500VIN: 5J6RE3H5XBL038387paint color : silver drive : fwdfuel : gas transmission : automatictitle status : clean
$17,800 no haggle price
888-542-3374 CALL ANYTIMEThis awesome Honda CR-V is for sale on Beepi.us, a whole new way to buy and sell cars online, safely and hassle-free.
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The 2011 Honda CR-V is one of the best small crossovers, with its roomy cargo area and its comfortable seating. It is an understatement to say that few vehicles do as many things as well as the 2011 Honda CR-V.
Beepi Seller Catalina loved this CR-V, especially since she was able to safely transport her children from place to place. However, she and her family are moving abroad, so she couldn’t take this awesome CR-V with her.
Beepi Inspector Clint took a closer look at this vehicle, and he particularly loved how great it drove on the road test. We are excited to bring you this very reliable car to your door!
Why should you own a 2011 Honda CR-V?
Although small crossover SUVs are extremely popular these days, it’s interesting to remember that the Honda CR-V was one of the first to pioneer the segment. Through multiple generations it’s become a best-seller, with people finding much to like in its refined driving demeanor and practicality. The 2011 Honda CR-V continues the trend and is certainly an example of Honda at its best. There are some downsides to the CR-V, but overall they’re overcome by many strengths.
We’re certainly smitten with the CR-V’s ability to comfortably take on both people and cargo. It’s one of the best small crossovers for carrying stuff, as it has a roomy cargo area that’s good for both bulky and smaller items. Other comfort and convenience features abound, such as a reclining/sliding second-row seat and available luxuries that include heated seats, a navigation system and iPod integration. On top of this, the CR-V provides responsive handling, a comfortable ride, top safety scores and a long-standing reputation for high quality and steadfast reliability.
So, what’s the advantage of owning a Beepi Honda CR-V?
First, this Honda is a Certified Pre-Owned. This Beepin’ great CR-V has passed a 185-point inspection, including a test drive, with one of our certified technicians.You can see a full description of the technical, mechanical and cosmetic inspection process this Honda CR-V went through here:
Because of this, all Beepi cars come with a 3-month, 3,000-mile warranty; we’re so confident in the quality of this Honda CR-V, we’ll take care of anything that happens in the first three months.
In addition to the Beepi warranty, this Beepi CR-V is also covered by Honda’s comprehensive drivetrain warrantyfor an additional 19 months / 27,500 miles.
And you can buy from Beepi with confidence. All Beepi cars, including this Honda CR-V come with our unparalleled10-day money-back guarantee; if you buy this Honda CR-V and don’t fall in love in the first 10 days, we will come pick it up and refund your entire purchase.
Lastly, if you decide to buy this fantastic Honda CR-V, it will be delivered right to your driveway with all DMV paperwork complete! Not only that, but built into the no haggle price above are a slew of other great perks: Beepi cars arrive washed, waxed, detailed and filled with gas, ready to drive.
Give us a call at 888-542-3374 if you have any questions about this Honda CR-V or about Beepi!
What happened during the Beepi Inspection of this Honda CR-V?
1. Checks that all features work
2. Checks for interior and exterior aesthetic blemishes
3. Confirms the car has a clean title
4. Examines all windows, mirrors, and lights
5. Carefully Inspects the engine for flaws
6. Completes a full driving test
7. Checks the quality of tires
8. Checks all seat belts, airbags, and safety features
To see more photos and details of this Honda CR-V, check out this car’s Beepi listing by copying and pasting this link into your browser.
Startups have already begun to solve some “real” and “difficult” problems — laundry, selfies, underwear delivery — but a new company is now taking on a new problem: Selling your car.
Bay Area-based Instamotor, which quietly launched eight weeks ago, wants to make selling a car painless and fruitful by taking care of the entire process and leaving sellers with a nice chunk of change at the end.
Oh, and technology is involved too, but we’ll get to that later.
The problem and the solution
The bottom line is that selling one’s car “sucks,” as the company puts it.
The idea for Instamotor sprung out of cofounder Sy Bohy’s awful experience last summer when he needed to see his car. The private-selling route (i.e., Craigslist) was a long and inconvenient process (scheduling car showings, coordinating with various interested buyers, negotiating, and so on). Selling it to a dealership would have left him with much less money in his pocket than desired.
In fact, used car dealerships normally purchase the cars for only 70-80 percent of the price a seller could get in a private sale, according to Bohy.
As a solution, Instamotor takes care of the entire process. It photographs and makes a pricing recommendation for the vehicle, schedules a wash and mechanical inspection, keeps the listing active across multiple marketplaces, vets and schedules test-drives with potential buyers, and even handles the ownership transfer paperwork — all while the seller continues to use their car.
Their cut? Only five percent of the final sale price.
Unlike dealerships and consignment lots, Instamotor has very low overhead costs (no real estate or full-time staff to employ even when there no customers).
“We come sort of in the middle,” said Bohy in an interview with VentureBeat.
And luckily for them, that five percent cut still represents a huge opportunity: 40 million used cars are sold every year in the U.S., roughly a $600 billion market and a $30 billion opportunity at a five-percent commission, according to the company.
The teammates found each other serendipitously. Bohy connected with Val Gui, a former car salesman, on Hacker News after posting some ponderings about the car selling industry, and Gui happened to already be friends with experience iOS developer and entrepreneur Enea Gjoka.
“The average person buys or sells about nine or ten cars in a lifetime,” said Gui. “They don’t know how to do this. Dealers know what they’re doing and can take advantage of that situation.”
On the tech side of things, Instamotor is mainly building algorithms to model the car prices it suggests to sellers (Bohy’s background is in computer science and back-end software). It gathers data through crawling and indexing websites such as Craigslist and AutoTrader.
“We [also] built a lot of code around listing the cars on multiple places,” said Bohy, “and making sure cars get continued exposure,” though the team assured us they carefully obey the terms of service of the sites they work with.
Inventory management is another aspect they’ve built software in order to operate better.
However, what’s even more interesting and intriguing about Instamotor’s technology is the next phase in their product — which the team firmly declined to share details about.
But it’s not hard to speculate about: We’d guess it will like start using mobile technologies to help it scale its business, largely because it’s already received numerous seller requests from outside the Bay Area.
“Humans don’t scale,” Bohy said. “One of the biggest advantages for [our model] is that people people can still continue to use their vehicles [while we sell them],” he later added during the interview.
Gjoka’s background is in iOS development, so putting two and two together gives us the likely release of a mobile app (easy to scale) that would guide sellers through an easy and templated process to get their vehicle ready and listed through Instamotor’s service.
GPS tracking built into the app or solutions such as those used by Zipcar to track (and even unlock) cars could also easily come into play in the company’s product roadmap.
Car washes, houses, and cars
While the above is all speculation, Instamotor does (and would) fit into several recent trends.
For example, earlier this month, Keith Rabois revealed his new project, HomeRun, which will similarly handle the entire sale process of a person’s house. The only difference is that HomeRun will first purchase the house from the owner before selling it to a buyer. The buying price is determined through a whole lot of data science . But again, it’s using data to price a commodity and take away as much pain (and time spent!) as possible from the seller.
Cherry, the now-defunct car-wash-on-demand service, is another product that has paved the way for and has created a category for Instamotor. Cherry’s app enabled car owners to request and pay for a car wash, which the company would perform wherever the owner’s car was parked at the requested time. Again, it was a service provided at the time and location convenient to the car owner.
In fact, Instamotor’s team admitted having already spoken with Cherry’s former chief executive about the company and how Cherry’s team operated.
And of course, there are the myriad mobile shopping and selling apps, including Poshmark, Vinted, and Etsy, which offer simple steps for sellers to upload pictures of their items and input key information right through the app.
Though make no mistake: Unlike these shopping apps, Instamotor is a service, not a marketplace.
The team revealed that it had already applied to be part of Y Combinator’s accelerator program (Gui was the actually the first employee of MobileWorks, a Summer 2011 participant), though it also said that it’s exploring other possible sources of funding.
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Odometer fraud is the illegal practice of rolling back odometers to make it appear that a motor vehicle has lower mileage than it actually does. Any person who disconnects, resets, or alters the odometer on a motor vehicle with the intent to defraud a subsequent purchaser or lessee is in violation of federal law. See 49 U.S.C. 32701-32711. Penalties can include a civil fine of up to $2000 for each violation and imprisonment for up to three years. Violators may also be liable in a private lawsuit for three times the actual damages or $1500, whichever is greater.
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A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is the 17-character identifier for your car, truck, or motorcycle. It looks like this:
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Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 16087…Main Office…Business started: 10/27/1993
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 43668…Main Office…Business started: 12/20/2008…Add’l name(s): BEST CHOICE AUTO SALES LLC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 49425…Main Office…Business started: 09/27/2011…Add’l name(s): GOLDEN GENERAL CONTRACTORS INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 55115…Branch Office…Business started: 04/09/2002
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 22669…Main Office…Business started: 02/09/1994
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 09144…Main Office…Business started: 04/26/1984…Add’l name(s): NOVATO FORD INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 45850…Main Office…Business started: 12/09/2009…Add’l name(s): VINTAGE OAKS MOTOR INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 01257…Main Office…Business started: 03/30/1970…Add’l name(s): MAC ANDY BOAT/R V STORAGE INC MAC ANDY MOTORS
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 86297…Main Office…Business started: 07/28/2014…Add’l name(s): CAPPO MANAGEMENT XXVIII INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 83891…Main Office…Business started: 09/30/2013
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 12628…Main Office…Business started: 11/10/1992
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 00718…Main Office…Business started: 08/12/1966…Add’l name(s): NOVATO AUTO CENTER INC NOVATO AUTO CENTER INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 43636…Main Office…Business started: 11/12/2008…Add’l name(s): NOVATO CAR WASH INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 45455…Main Office…Business started: 10/01/2014…Add’l name(s): VELOCITY PRIME AUTOMOTIVE INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 59640…Main Office…Business started: 03/03/2004…Add’l name(s): CHEVROLET OF NOVATO INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 05617…Main Office…Business started: 04/08/1970…Add’l name(s): PAN AMERICAN MOTORS INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 11776…Main Office…Business started: 02/13/1991…Add’l name(s): RANDALL BROS AUTOMOTIVE INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 59779…Branch Office…Business started: 04/27/2004…Add’l name(s): RCU SERVICES GROUP
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 44823…Main Office…Business started: 07/20/2009
The Used-Car Industry
According to a research study done by Manheim Consulting, around 11 million people sell their cars privately, and 40 million used cars are sold each year – three times that of new vehicles. The used-car market is quite huge, and it is not showing any signs of slowing down.
Despite all of the recent advancements in technology, including websites such as Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book, which helps sellers find out how much their car is worth, getting rid of an old vehicle still remains a frustrating and time-consuming experience for most. It usually involves a lengthy process of prepping your car, researching the right market price, taking photos, making videos, putting up ads, conducting test drives, and going through uncomfortable negotiations with complete strangers. And don’t forget some of the security risks you face when dealing with buyers from places like Craigslist.
The process can be quite daunting and discouraging for some, which is why a lot of sellers just go directly to their dealers. A dealer will just take one look at your car, give you a price, and then write you a check. A fast and easy process that comes with a huge disadvantage – you get a lot less money for your vehicle, sometimes thousands of dollars less. But it seems like a big percentage of sellers opt out for the easier option. If 40 million used cars are sold a year, and only 11 million are private sales, then that means 29 million people choose the simpler and less rewarding path.
InstaMotor – A New Way to Sell Used Cars
Instamotor, a San Francisco startup, has come up with a whole new way to sell your vehicle. They call themselves, “the car realtors.” For a small fee, Instamotor removes all of the hassle and complications that go along with privately selling a used-car.
When you sign up for the service an agent comes to your driveway to photograph, inspect, and list your car in the most common channels such as Craigslist, Autotrader, Cars.com, etc. Once a buyer shows interest, the Instamotor agent handles and arranges all test drives and inspections. They verify schedules based on when your vehicle is available. If a buyer agrees to purchase the vehicle, then the agent takes care of all of the paperwork associated with the transfer of vehicle ownership. Once the buyer provides funds, Instamotor takes a 5% commission, or a $500 flat fee if the value of the vehicle is below $10,000.
This process allows those 29 million people that sell their cars directly to dealers every year to opt in for a more convenient option. They don’t have to go through the complicated and time-consuming process of selling their car alone, and they don’t have to limit the value of their vehicles to what dealers offer. Instead, Instamotor users can enjoy the higher value they get from a private sale without actually doing all the complex work behind it.
A Deeper Look
Instamotor also helps sellers determine the best list price for their vehicles. They use an internal analytics system, which gives users an analysis of how their car is priced around the county. The agent and the seller then both agree on the best price.
Buyers are automatically provided with the vehicle’s Carfax or mechanic inspection. While the sales process is going on, Instamotor doesn’t take possession of the seller’s vehicle. Instead, it can remain parked in their driveway, or they can use it as they please until it is sold. When potential buyers conduct test-drives they must provide proof of insurance to agents in case of accidents. It’s all pretty secure, which makes it possible for sellers to be absent during test-drives and inspections. In short, the seller can just sit back and relax while the realtor is selling their car.
Instamotor has claimed that their sellers usually stack up between $2000 and $3000 by using their service versus going directly to a dealership for trade-in.
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Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 61447…Main Office…Business started: 07/14/2004…Add’l name(s): MILLER DM INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 29388…Main Office…Business started: 04/02/1990…Add’l name(s): CALLE VISTA CORPORATION
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 63579…Main Office…Business started: 03/22/2005…Add’l name(s): CAR ONE INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 06780…Main Office…Business started: 09/06/1991
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 40666…Main Office…Business started: 10/30/2007
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 82061…Branch Office…Business started: 09/20/2012…Add’l name(s): RALO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP INC RALO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 82061…Main Office…Business started: 09/20/2012…Add’l name(s): RALO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP INC RALO AUTOMOTIVE GROUP INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 85580…Main Office…Business started: 04/11/2014
Phone Number: (310)552-4907,License Number: E1343
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 85566…Branch Office…Business started: 03/24/2014
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 82729…Main Office…Business started: 01/18/2013
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 12306…Main Office…Business started: 12/17/1991…Add’l name(s): ROYAL IMPORTS INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 41719…Main Office…Business started: 03/10/2008
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 83054…Main Office…Business started: 04/09/2013
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 16576…Main Office…Business started: 05/28/1991…Add’l name(s): TRI POWER PARTNERS INC
Vehicle Dealer/Broker…License: 52982…Main Office…Business started: 06/08/2001
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By Alan Barcelona, President, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association
A Message To Our Members, Sworn & Non-Sworn:
Every law enforcement officer who wears a badge has taken an oath to protect and to serve, even at his or her own peril. On a daily basis, these fine, brave men and women RESPOND to calls for help and to very dangerous situations. They RESCUE citizens from harmful individuals and accidents and in doing so, RISK their own safety and their lives. They are in the face of danger and often have to make split-second decisions to save others and to save themselves. Not every human is cut out for this stressful but proud profession and not every human is willing to make that kind of sacrifice for the safety of another, most often, a complete stranger.
In the wake of the “use of force” cases that are currently in the national spotlight, the anti-police rhetoric that has followed, and the December 20th assassinations of New York City Police Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos – I want to remind the citizens of California and this nation, that no one puts more on the line each and every day than our law enforcement officers, our firefighters and those who serve in our military.
These law enforcement officers have families – they are mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, sisters and brothers, uncles and aunts, nieces and nephews and cousins. They, like anyone else who goes to work, have a right to return home to their families at the end of their shifts.
Our law enforcement officers feel the anger and hatred from some of those they have taken an oath to protect, and that hurts. Our law enforcement officers are in the thick of protestors who hurl rocks and bottles at them as the officers work to keep people and property safe, and that is sinful. For misguided individuals to stand up in front of microphones and cameras denouncing the peace officers in this country is a shame.
Our law enforcement officers would never demand our RESPECT, they don’t have to – they are worthy of it. My message to the law-abiding citizens in this state and in the country is this: Don’t let our law enforcement officers stand alone to shoulder the brunt of anti-police rhetoric that is making headlines. Let your officers know you are there for them just as they are there for you. A kind word, a letter, a blue light on your porch. Be the eyes and ears of our law enforcement officers and please watch their backs.
To our law enforcement officers: Be safe, be true to your oath, take the necessary precautions to ensure you return home to your loved ones and stand tall! The silent majority will rise to the occasion and thank you for your service and your sacrifice.
100M dollars has been invested
in rogue lawless used car sales models
using what is termed ” disruptive technology ”
uber and lyft used this model in the taxi business
remember the taxi business in not the car business
what the five major players
have failed to grasp or realize
is that the government controlled cabal
known as the used car sales industry
yields a cool 12% to the state of california
on every used car vehicle sale
and that any system
using unfair competitive advantage
in a lawless and illegal manner
is doomed to fail
if it impacts the states ability
to continue collecting its share of the prize
enforcement of car dealer rules and regulations
is secondary to the bigger issue
deliberate and intention engineering of the sales process
to deprive the state of its share
will result in clever and creative
law enforcement methods to prevent the state
from losing its share of this revenue stream
one really has to ask
” what are you thinking ?? ”
the deliberate avoidance of sales tax collection
creates the “taxable event ” scenario
which is doomsday for all of these models
in that they would be responsible for full sales tax
on each and every vehicle within their control
the secondary enforcement of dmv rules
prohibiting ” unfair competitive advantage ”
will ultimately spell doomsday for rogue lawless models
here is the irony
if these disruptive technology models adapted a different approach
and engaged the very system they are fighting
there does exist
under current government rules and regulations
a legal model for this disruptive technology model
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could it be our dedication to customer service??
we like to think it is all three
visit our website to see our entire class schedule
joseph is our car dealer license instructor on the central coast
we have a classes in aptos, salinas, san luis obisbo and santa barbara every month
good luck with getting your car dealer license