Manufacturer Representative - Auto Industry Division

Motor Vehicle/Powersports Vehicle Manufacturer Representative means a representative employed by a person who manufactures or assembles motor vehicles for the purpose of making or promoting the sale of its motor vehicles or for supervising or contacting its dealers or prospective dealers. Definitions for Motor Vehicle/Powersports Vehicle Manufacturer Representative can be found in C.R.S. 12-6-102(11.5) or C.R.S. 12-6-502(14).  Find these statutes.
 
All Auto Industry applications and forms require that a licensee use their FULL LEGAL name as shown on the applicants Driver License or Identification Card.
 
The following documents are required for a complete motor vehicle/powersports vehicle manufacturer representative application :
DETAILED EXPLANATION OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
  • Secure Verifiable Identification — A photocopy of an appropriate identification such as a Colorado Driver License. More information available.
  • Court Records:
  • If the applicant has ever been charged with, convicted of, received a deferred judgment/sentence, or pled no contest, to any felony, full details must be provided including type of crime, date, place of conviction, sentence received, etc. Certified court records must be included with the application.
  • If the applicant has been charged with, convicted of, received a deferred judgment/sentence, or pled no contest, to any misdemeanor crime in the past ten years, full details must be provided including type of crime, date, place of conviction, sentence received, etc. Certified court records must be included with the application.
  • It is the applicant’s responsibility to provide rehabilitation information for their criminal convictions.
  • Written Correspondence — If you have anything you wish the Motor Vehicle Dealer Board to take into account or need to explain any licensing character, criminal character, or financial character issues please provide it with the application. Failure to disclose any licensing character, criminal character, or financial character issues in writing with the application is considered a material misstatement and may result in your license being denied. When in doubt provide an explanation.
You cannot hold a license issued by the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Revenue through the Auto Industry Division if you have been convicted of a felony within the last 10 years of an Article 3, 4, or 5 if Title 18 of the Colorado Revised Statutes or any crime involving odometer, salvage, motor vehicle title fraud, or the defrauding of a retail consumer in a motor vehicle sale or lease transaction.
 (See C.R.S. 12-6-118(7)(a) and C.R.S. 12-6-520(6)(a).
  • Article 3 of Title 18 includes but is not limited to crimes against persons such as murder, assault, kidnapping, sexual assault, custody violation, menacing weapon, vehicular homicide, manslaughter, criminal extortion and enticing a child.
  • Article 4 of Title 18 includes but is not limited to crimes against property, arson, theft, burglary, robbery, criminal mischief over $500, criminal trespass in the 1st degree and unlawful transfer for sale (copyright infringement).
  • Article 5 of Title 18 includes but is not limited to fraud, forgery, criminal possession of a forged instrument or forging instrument, criminal impersonation, fraud by check (over $500), commercial bribery, bribery in sports and equity skimming.
Any license issued by the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Revenue through the Auto Industry Division may be denied, suspended, or revoked if a material misstatement is made in an application for a license. A “Material Misstatement” means any false or misleading statement, omission, or misrepresentation regarding personal identification information, employment history, prior occupational licensing history, criminal background and history, including filings, indictments, municipal, misdemeanor, and/or felony convictions and deferred judgments.
 
LICENSE RENEWAL
The license expires 12 months after the month of issuance. A renewal application is mailed to the licensee prior to the expiration of the buyer agent license. The renewal application must be completed and returned along with the renewal fee. A courtesy grace period of 30 days is granted after the expiration date. In order to renew a current existing license, the Auto Industry Division must receive the renewal application prior to the license expiration date, after which a late fee will be assessed. A request for a license to be renewed after the expiration date and 30 day grace period requires a new original application and fee.
For additional information contact the Auto Industry Division at (303) 205-5604.