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Two Men Sentenced for Running Luxury Automobile Sublease Scam California DMV investigators assisted with year-long investigation LOS ANGELES – On December 6, 2019, two men were sentenced for stealing nearly $4 million in cash and luxury vehicles in a high-end automobile sublease scam in the San Fernando Valley. Arman Mave Hazarian, aka Dean Hazarian, 48, […]
DMV and CDI Investigators Assist with Operation VIN City in Riverside County 34 vehicles worth approximately 1.5 million dollars recovered RIVERSIDE – In 2019, the Riverside Auto-Theft Interdiction Detail (RAID) began an investigation into a criminal organization involved in Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) switching on a high number of stolen vehicles, many of which were […]
What’s a VIN?A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is the 17-character identifier for your car, truck, or motorcycle. It looks like this: 1VXBR12EXCP901213, and encodes the vehicle’s manufacturer, features, and serial number. No two vehicles have the same VIN, so it serves as your car’s fingerprint– this allows for all reports of accidents, title problems, insurance incidents, […]
keep the car dealer honest #runtheVIN before you shop the car always look for verified clean title check each car for $ 10. +++ +++ +++
The most common reason for a high priced car dealer bond is that the dealer principal does not have established credit. When this happens, no credit scores the same as bad credit. There are a few reasons why folks don’t have established credit when they are getting their car dealer license. Being young and not […]
keep the car dealer honest #runtheVIN before you shop the car always look for verified clean title check each car for $ 10. +++ +++ +++
Former DMV Employee Sentenced for Falsifying Government Records Case investigated by CSLEA AMVIC member Calen Albert VISALIA – On August 1, 2019, Tulare County Superior Court, Visalia Division Judge Brett Alldredge sentenced Jose Hernandez, 53, to four years suspended state prison and ordered Hernandez to spend 270 days in custody of the Tulare County jail. […]