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11713.1. It is a violation of this code for the holder of a dealer s license issued under this article to do any of the following:
(q) Affix on a new vehicle a supplemental price sticker containing a price that represents the dealer’s asking price that exceeds the manufacturer’s suggested retail price unless all of the following occur:
(1) The supplemental sticker clearly and conspicuously discloses in the largest print appearing on the sticker, other than the print size used for the dealer s name, that the supplemental sticker price is the dealer’s asking price, or words of similar import, and that it is not the (MSRP) manufacturer’s suggested retail price.
(2) The supplemental sticker clearly and conspicuously discloses the (MSRP) manufacturer’s suggested retail price.
(3) The supplemental sticker lists each item that is not included in the manufacturer’s suggested retail price, and discloses the additional price of each item. If the supplemental sticker price is greater than the sum of the manufacturer’s suggested retail price and the price of the items added by the dealer, the supplemental sticker price shall set forth that difference and describe it as added mark-up.
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Larry H Miller Honda Murray
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Belize Estate Company
The Belize Estate Company is our first dealership in Belize and our 4th international dealership!
I was concerned when the salesperson offered me 50% off booth space, and even more suspicious after he offered me 50% off on attendees tickets. But it was an excuse to travel to Texas and see family too, so I took a chance.
Then as the show date approached there was the Hurricane in Houston and Irma on the way to Florida…But I went anyway.
It was a bust, 30 or so booths, and maybe 50 dealer attendees. Of course it was the storm, and the fact that it was the first year for this event, but it’ll be my last. Most booths at the show were catering to Used Vehicle lots and Buy-Here Pay-Here dealerships and not our primary customer, the Franchise Dealership.
PS: When my brother and I got to the show they didn’t even check our badges and were letting people in for free.