Odometer Disclosure Statement

Odometer Disclosure Statements are required for car dealerships to be in compliance with federal law.  These types of forms are used to make sure that buyers fully understand the odometer and mileage and it protects them from unmoral and unethical tactics from a dealership to change, edit, or manipulate the odometer mileage reading or attempting to lie about how many miles are truly on the vehicle.

Dealermarket offers many different varieties of odometer disclosure statement forms.  Some are for non-leased cars and some are specifically used as lease odometer disclosure statements.  We also offer custom options for some of these forms for car dealers to add additional branding and company specific information.  We offer odometer disclosure statements with blue screen and in plain, which are the ODOM-65-3 and ODOM-103N.  We also have the ODOM-CT, the ADP odometer disclosure statements, and the ODOM-489-L which is specifically for leases.  All of these forms' purpose is to certify to the best of an auto dealer's knowledge that the odometer reading is accurate and if the dealership knows that it's not, there is a place to denote this as well.  The reason they are required is that they protect not only the buyer, but the seller of the vehicle as well.

You will also find that we offer trade-in combination forms that include a 3 part odometer statement, authorization for payoff, and a power of attorney.   The sold vehicle combination forms include a 3 part odometer disclosure statement, statement regarding cash proceeds, power of attorney, disclaimer of warranties, delivery receipt, credit life and accident and health waiver, and insurance affidavit. These style forms can save valuable time for your dealership. 

Take a look at all of our options and choose which odometer disclosure statement best fits your dealership's needs.  If you have questions feel free to contact our customer service experts.  Shop Dealermarket.com for all of your sales forms including we owe forms for dealerships, due bills for auto dealers, agreement to provide insurance forms, and vehicle trade-in appraisal forms.

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