Companies intending to deal in second-hand motorcycles must obtain a Second-hand Vehicle Dealer (Motorcycles Only) Licence.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
A company is entitled to be licensed as a dealer if it has not been suspended or disqualified from practising or carrying on a trade, occupation or business in Australia; under official management, in receivership or in the process of being wound up. The company must engage a natural person to manage and supervise its affairs who is also a licensed dealer.
The directors must be fit and proper persons and must not have been convicted or an offence of dishonesty and not have been suspended or disqualified from practising a trade, occupation or business in Australia; within the last 5 years prior to the company's application for a licence, been a director of a company wound up for the benefit of creditors - when the company was being so wound up or within the period of 6 months preceding the commencement of the winding up.
$264 application fee
$283 annual licence fee.
Cash, EFTPOS, Cheques, Money Order & Credit Card (Visa & Mastercard accepted only).
Licence applications can be completed online at https://secure.cbs.sa.gov.au/ELAF/MVD/start_MVD.php
Consumer and Business Services
Licensing and Registrations
Second-hand Vehicle Dealers Act 1995 (South Australia)
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