Administration Fee

Why Is There An Administration Fee?

This fee may also be called a "service fee" or "doc fee".   This is to address the costs incurred by our dealership that are separate from those paid to acquire the vehicle. The administration fee recognizes some of the costs related to compliance with federal and state laws which provide for safety, consumer protection, anti-theft measures, vehicle history checks, notifications, certifications, and official filings. There is much work and expense occuring even before a document is ready to be used, and there are many documents to each transaction. Before vehicles can be sold, dealers must invest in personnel training to carry out legal mandates. Not all transactions involve the same services, but all carry our many legal requirements and documents to support those requirements.

What Team Nissan Does For Our Customers
 
  • Checks vehicle safety, history and titles
  • Provides full condition information on the window label
  • Discovers and discloses accurate vehicle mileage
  • Checks for recalls on used vehicles where required
  • Completes required forms and contracts that protect your interests.
  • Processes titles and plates
  • Files and clears liens
  • Keeps your information private and secure
  • Fulfills Vehicle emissions laws
 
  • Passes along manufacturer information, including lemon law notices
  • Processes offers on your purchase
  • Keeps you informed of your rights and obligations
  • Keeps important records of your purchase
  • Purchases required forms and supplies
  • Maintains technology to process your paperwork faster
  • Trains staff to carry out laws that protect you
  • Maintains professional licences that ensure quality service
  • Maintains required dealer bond


 Car and Truck dealers must comply with state and federal laws, rules, and regulations specific to motor vehicles, which are implemented and enforced by these state and federal agencies:

 
  • New Hampshire Department of Safety
  • Division of Motor Vehicles
  • Inspection and Dealer Program Unit
  • New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board
  • Vehicle Emissions Program
  • State Police
  • New Hampshire Banking Department
  • NH Department of Environmental Services
  • New Hampshire Attorney General
  • New Hampshire Insurance Department
  • U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
  • New Hampshire Department of Labor
  • National Highway Traffic Safety Admin
  • Federal Trade Commission
  • Federal Reserve Board
  • U.S. Internal Revenue Service
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • U..S Drug Enforcement Administration
  • U.S. Customs Service
  • U.S. Department of Labor
  • Occupational Safety & Health Admin
  • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control
  • Federal Highway Administration
  • Federal Motor Carriers Administration
  • U.S. Research and Special Products Administration
 


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