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Guidance for Re-Opening: Look Up Your County Below

by DealerXT

As we mentioned in a newsletter last week, many California Counties have changed their County Stay at Home Orders to allow car dealers to sell cars. Some are only allowing “Online Sales”, while some have gone further to allow “In-Person Sales” to take place. Also, many counties are requiring safety protocols to be submitted to the County Public Health Office for approval.

List of the California County Orders:

Counties that now specifically ALLOW In-Person Auto Sales and Leasing:

Counties that allow “Auto-supply, auto-repair, and maintenance…and automotive dealerships.”

Counties that now ALLOW Online Auto Sales if delivered to a Residence or another Essential Business, and Social Distancing Guidelines are followed:

Counties following State Executive Orders (which now specifically includes auto sales as essential, if remote working is not practical):

Counties that allow “Auto-supply, auto-repair, and related facilities“:

Counties that allow “Auto-supply, auto-repair” only:

In addition to your County Requirements, PLEASE DOWNLOAD the DealerXT FREE COVID-19 CPR Package ASAP. The package includes additional protocols to minimize your chances of a lawsuit. Just fill out this form to receive your FREE COVID-19 CPR Package:

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