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Pennsylvania car dealers get limited opening for sales during coronavirus restrictions

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People who have been shut out the past month from buying a car will be able to now that Gov. Tom Wolf has lifted some restrictions on dealerships.

“We’ve got permission for online sales, but the showroom still will be locked down. We’re not allowed to have people coming in (the showroom) and kicking the tires,” said Jeff Smail, general manager of the family-owned Smail Automotive Group on Route 30, east of Greensburg. Showroom visits are by appointment only, Smail noted.

Wolf signed an order Monday permitting the electronic notarization of documents needed for closing real estate property sales and for buying a vehicle. Dealerships had been closed for sales since mid-March, when the governor

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Pennsylvania DOT Locations & Opening Hours Near Me

COVID-19 Effects on Licensing & Vehicle Services

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, state DMVs nationwide have closed office locations, extended license and registration expiration dates, and/or limited the transactions they are processing. If possible, residents should use PennDOT’s online services to complete any relevant transactions. Follow PennDOT’s  most recent updates for the latest information.

PennDOT Office Locations & Hours

Going to the DMV may not be on top of anyone’s list of things to do, but with a little planning, it’s something you can at least finish quickly and easily, leaving yourself more time to actually do what you want.

Our office finder will help you find your nearest PennDOT licensing and registration office, so you can get in, get out, and get on with your day.

Enter your zip code above or find your county below to find the closest PennDOT office to you, or

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CABDA West, opening Wednesday, boasts pre-registration of more than 1,100 retailers

DEL MAR, Calif. (BRAIN) — With gray skies and rain in the forecast, CABDA show director Jim Kersten may not have gotten the balmy Southern California welcome he hoped for as he set up for the inaugural CABDA West expo here in San Diego County this week. But he certainly took comfort in dealer pre-registration numbers ahead of Wednesday’s show opening — 1,150 attendees from 410 shops.

“When we first started putting this together I was going to be happy with 275 shops, so I’m very impressed with the turnout we’re getting. I knew we weren’t going to replicate Chicago numbers immediately our first at-bat out here, but it’s definitely better than I thought it was going to be,” Kersten said.

Many of those dealers are concentrated in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties, but Kersten said retailers as far away as Denver, Salt Lake City and the Phoenix

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