WANADA seminars inform, educate dealer staff, contractors
Motor vehicle agency partners from DC DMV, Maryland MVA and Virginia DMV staged WANADAês popular Annual Tag and Title Seminar at The Washington Auto Show for tag and title staff with Washington area dealer organizations in the Maryland suburbs and Northern Virginia. This occurred on Auto Show Wednesday, Jan. 27.
This seminar is always well attended by tag and title professionals from in and around the Capital Beltway covering as it does motor vehicle agency rules and regs from our three state agencies, said John OêDonnell, president of WANADA and producer of the Auto Show, who introduced the panel. Our dealer personnel and the agency administrators who put on the presentation all enjoy touring the Auto Show at the conclusion of the seminar which buys the dealer organization the good will of the pivotal people who make a critical part of our business happen for our customers, he said.
This yearês Tag and Title panel was made up of nine regulators from the three motor vehicle agencies, four from DC, two from Maryland and three from Virginia. They were as follows: Brigid Anderson, Darnell Fountain, LaChelle Johnson-Britton, Fabien Toussaint, DC DMV; Barbara Davis, Kevin Gamble, MD MVA; and Candace Dreher, Jenna Westbrook, Charlene Wilburn, VA DMV. Each agency covered a variety of administrative issues regulators and dealer representatives were confronting, along with tag and title management matters in need of coordination between the jurisdictions. An especially significant development with DC DMV was the announcement of their online Dealer Interface System. While there are presently no new car dealers in the District of Columbia, 16,000 or so new cars are registered in DC by Maryland and Virginia dealers each year. Title clerks from a variety of dealerships attended and found the information useful.Download Bulletin PDF