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Consumer Information

List of Suspended and Revoked Licensees

 

Licensure Inquiries for Consumers
Be aware that certain professionals must be licensed to practice in the Commonwealth.  Make sure the professionals who serve you are licensed and in good standing.  Please visit www.licensepa.state.pa.us to verify a license.

 

Board Member Information
The State Board of Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers and Salespersons consists of the Commissioner of Professional and Occupational Affairs; the Secretary of Transportation, or his designee; the Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection in the Office of the Attorney General, or his designee; three members representing the public; three members who are new vehicle dealers who have been actively engaged as such for a period of five years preceding appointment; three members, one of which shall be an owner, partner or officer of a corporation or a business which is licensed as a vehicle auction, who are used vehicle dealers, who have been actively engaged as such for a period of five years preceding appointment; one member who is a manufactured housing or mobile home dealer who has been actively engaged as such for five years preceding appointment; one member who is a salesperson who has been actively engaged in the sale of new or used vehicles for a period of five years immediately preceding appointment and is not a dealer or an officer of a corporation or a member of a partnership engaged in the business of a dealer at the time of appointment; one member who is a recreational vehicle dealer who has been actively engaged as such for a period of five years immediately preceding appointment; and, one member who is a motorcycle dealer who has been actively engaged as such for a period of five years immediately preceding appointment; one member who is a mobility vehicle dealer who has been actively engaged as such for a period of five years immediately preceding appointment. All professional and public members are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of a majority of the members elected to the Senate.