Arkansas Motor Vehicle Commision

Arkansas Motor Vehicle Commision

  Director’s StatementThe Arkansas Motor Vehicle Commission was created by ACT 388 of 1975 for

  Arkansas Motor Vehicle Commision

Director’s Statement
The Arkansas Motor Vehicle Commission was created by ACT 388 of 1975 for the purpose of licensing and regulation of the New Motor Vehicle industry in Arkansas. This Act encompasses the Manufacturers, Distributors, Manufacturer and Distributor Representatives, New Motor Vehicle Dealers, Lessors as well as Management, Finance and Sales Personnel. The Commission’s primary and legislative functions are as follows: To prevent unfair practices, discrimination and impositions upon citizens of Arkansas; Avoid undue control of the independent motor vehicle dealer by manufacturing and distributing organizations; Foster and keep alive vigorous and healthy competition; Prevent monopolies; Prevent the practice of requiring special features; Prevent false and misleading advertising; To promote a sound system of distribution of motor vehicles to the public, and; to Promote public safety and welfare.

The Commission’s revenue and budget is derived solely by license fees assessed to those in the new motor vehicle industry. The Commission strives to provide exceptional service through a knowledgeable staff instilled with integrity, enthusiasm and respect. Our services to licensees and citizens of Arkansas are free of charge.

The Arkansas Motor Vehicle Commission is located
in the Capitol City of Little Rock.
Office hours are 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Arkansas Motor
Vehicle Commission
101 East Capitol, Suite 204
Little Rock, AR, 72201-3826
Phone: (501) 682-1428
Fax: (501) 682-5573

The AMVC may also be contacted by E-mail at: [email protected] Please include your phone number and/or address so you can be contacted with any information you may request.

Investigators are on site Monday from 8 – 4:30pm, If you would like to speak to someone about a complaint.

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