Why so many forms?
Most forms are required to fulfill New Hampshire and Federal laws; others are often necessary for accounting, financing, or manufacturer rebate reimbursement or notification.
Dealers must collect non-public, personal information that may be required as a result of a credit or title application. They do not ask for personal information unless it is required, because dealers take your privacy seriously.
It's the New Hampshire way
Dealers share an interest in creating consumer laws that keep customers' satisfaction high and the industry healthy. For that reason, NHADA dealer member companies have joined the NH Department of Safety - Division of Motor Vehicles, the NH Banking Department of Justice- Consumer Protection Division, and other agencies in creating strict laws regarding sales.
Peace of mind
New Hampshire dealers must be licensed by the state. In order to qualify for a license, they must meet requirements regarding financial stability, proper dealership facilities, record-keeping and more. Licensing offers you the peace of mind that dealership staff have the knowledge they need to do business the right way.